She develops custom-made procedures, helps to better organize operations, where thousands of cakes are made every day, or designs her own mixtures.
Her extraordinary journey started when she was six – she created her first sweet delicacy in an aluminium bowl, over a candle, in her grandma’s garden. When she was ten, she was making lollipops in her mom’s kitchen, and at fourteen she baked her first unmistakable cakes in the shapes of Formula 1 cars, trucks etc. She discovered creativity and a visionary approach in herself – back then customers could only dream about 3D cakes.
After her professional studies she found a place in an international corporation specializing in the production of materials for bakers and confectioners. She worked there as a process engineer, application technologist for export, and export manager. Her job was to develop confectionery recipes and mixtures, and she provided customers with technological services, such as the presentation of new products, the implementation of recipes in the manufacturing operations, training of employees in technological processes, or consultations and participation in solving production problems. She graduated from secondary school and began her studies at university. She left the corporate environment in 2016, and became a freelancer.
Zlatka has always preferred to remain in the background, letting her work speak for itself. Yet she is everything but a nameless unknown person. Her Raspberry heart cake became so popular in the German and Austrian markets that it was awarded “Product of the year”.
With the Royal vanilla cake, she won the contest for “Open door days” of Mercedes, and together with her colleagues she consequently had to make thousands of pieces for all the dealerships. And thousands have seen her creation on billboards, cars or in TV commercials