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Chief Executive Officer
Chat With Chatime Malaysia Founder
SMEs BestBrands Brand Leadership Awards 2014 - The BrandLaureate
Mr Bryan Loo
Managing Director Loob Holdings
Loob CEO Bryan Loo cemented his position: "The people are the ones who serve the customers, they understand the customers better than we do.
Following the panel discussion, Bryan Loo, chief executive officer, Loob Holding, remained on stage to shed light on how strong culture plays a part in retaining top talent during organisational change.
Loob takes La Kaffa to task over raw materials in Chatime products - Business News | The Star Online
Bryan Loo: "We vehemently deny all the false and malicious allegations set out in La Kaffa's media statement issued last Friday." Loob CEO Bryan Loo said: "We vehemently deny all the false and malicious allegations set out in La Kaffa's media statement issued last Friday. "We continue to reserve our rights to take all action, and to explore all avenues, to protect our rights in this matter. This would include availing ourselves to all the remedies under the terms of our franchise agreement," he said, adding Loob was awaiting the legal process to take its course. Loo assured all its customers that Loob would continue to innovate its products through "product localisation" for all its brands. "The Loob team has always prided itself on the fact that we had built up the business in Malaysia and we will never compromise on the quality of our products," he added. He said the company would now focus all its energy and resources on moving forward in its growth story with its 1,000-strong workforce now already serving two million customers each month. Tags / Keywords:Corporate News , Chatime , Loob Holding , La Kaffa International , Bryan Loo Loob Holding chief executive officer Bryan Loo
Chatime franchise termination may affect 1,000 workers - Business News | The Star Online
In a statement issued on Saturday Loob Holding CEO Bryan Loo said he was concerned about the loss of jobs over the termination of the franchise.
He said Loob Holdings was committed to look after the welfare of all staff and their families whose livelihood depended on the 165 outlets run by Loob Holding in Malaysia. Loo said the company's management and supervisory staff have been liaising with all its outlet workers to assure them that their livelihood would be protected. Loo said there had been disagreements and disputes over various business and operational matters in the past but these were all dealt with in accordance with the terms of the franchise agreement. Tags / Keywords:Corporate News , Economy , La Kaffa International , Loob , Chatime Malaysia , Bryan Loo
Loob Holding rebrands Chatime as Tealive - Business News | The Star Online
Loob Holdings chief executive officer, Bryan Loo, said with the exercise costing less than RM10mil, all its 161 outlets would be officially transformed to Tealive from tomorrow.
"We also plan to increase the number of our outlets from 165 to 250 in Malaysia by 2018 as well as our customer base from 2.5 million a month to five million," he told reporters after the soft launch of Tealive here today. On the global front, he said, Loob would tap the Vietnamese market in the third quarter of this year and other Asian countries in a couple of years. Loo said Tealive planned to expand its operations into more petrol stations nationwide, as well as light rail transit and mass rapid transit stations. He said the company was unfazed by the dispute between La Jaffa International Co Ltd and Loob and was confident of winning back its customers. The agreement between La Jaffa and Loob, which was to last until 2041, was terminated because of the Taiwanese firm's disagreement on the business direction of Chatime in Malaysia. - Bernama Tags / Keywords:Chatime , Bryan Loo Bryan Loo: Loob Holding chief executive officer Bryan Loo