10
Oct
2013

Success Story of Amira’s Buco Tart Haus

How did a farmer’s daughter climb her way to success and put up one of the most popular specialty food products stores in Tagaytay? Broadcast journalist Karen Davila shows that it’s possible as long as one has the determination to succeed and guts to take risks.

It was in 2003 when Virgie malipol finally put up her own store in Tagaytay, known as Amira’s Buco Tart Haus, which has buco tart as its most well-known product.

In “My Puhunan,” Virgie teaches baking techniques and sales tips to widowed businesswoman Regina, whose bakery business failed. Regina is now struggling to recover and get her business back on track.

Karen also serves up a dose of inspiration as she features the story of 22-year-old Maricel Apatan, one of the pastry chefs at the prestigious Esda Shangri-la Hotel in Manila. Maricel, who has no hands, struggled with her disability but didn’t let it hinder her to achieve her goals.

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