Ya Kun Kaya Toast (Chinese: 亚坤加椰面包) is a Singapore-based chain of mass-market, retro-ambience cafes selling toast products (notably kaya toast), soft-boiled eggs and coffee. Founded by Loi Ah Koon in 1944, Ya Kun remained a small family-run stall for decades, but have expanded rapidly since Loi's youngest son headed the business in 1999. They have over fifty outlets, mostly franchised, across six countries, and are a Singaporean cultural icon, known for their traditional brand identity and conservative, people-centric corporate culture.
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... Ya Kun Kaya Toast comprise two companies, Ya Kun Singapore, which manage the Ya Kun factory and two corporate outlets, and Ya Kun International, which oversee the chain of outlets and franchising activities ... Adrin has an 80 percent share of Ya Kun Singapore and his younger brother, Algie, has a 20 percent share, with other members of the Loi family actively ... Although Ya Kun do not publicly disclose their financial figures, a 2009 news article in Lianhe Zaobao estimated that they had an annual revenue of S$8 million and 250 employees ...
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