Anakku started off as a small family run business back in 1973. Their dream, ambition and dedication paid off and they are now an established baby and children lifestyle brand in the country (and also in Brunei and Myanmar). Anakku products can be found in their own boutiques, and in most departmental stores and major retail chains throughout the country.
Through one of the CSR activities, Anakku engaged four local orphanages ; Siddharthan Home in Petaling Jaya, Rumah Charis in Kuala Lumpur, Padmasambhava Children Loving Association in Klang and the Good Samaritan Home in Klang; and selected 10 children from each orphanage to record an album of traditional songs - Rasa Sayang and Ikan Kekek - in a professional recording studio.
Jasmine Chew, the CEO of Anakku Sdn. Bhd said that they wanted to let the talented children have a taste of what it would be like if the kids were professional singers, so Anakku gave them a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to record and album in a professional studio.
Through another CSR activity, Anakku engaged with fashion design students from the Malaysia Institute of Art (MIA) through a competition where the students were required to design a new range of clothing for kids aged 0-4 years old, using batik elements.
Anakku wanted to reach out to talented local fashion design students and help realise their potential. The competition was judged by reowned Malaysian designer, Khoon Hooi; Lai Hoo Chu, the head of Textile and Fashion Department, and Anakku CEO Jasmine Chew.
Khoon Hooi said that the competition inspired and encouraged young local designers to bring out fresh and exciting ideas centered on batik designs , which is really important to keep our national heritage live and relevant in the local fashion scene via a video recording.
6th place winner Miss Chee Jia Woei with Jasmine Chew and Ms Lai Hoo Chu
The winners of the competition won great prizes including cash of up to RM3,000 , certificates and iPods.
Thanks to #Anakku and #Blooggersdotcom for including me the invitation