Omar Yunes, a well-known Mexican entrepreneur, is credited with bringing a new dining and hospitality experience to the Mexicans. Until the recent years, the Mexican franchisees were considered to be a regional affair as it could not get any recognition from the international bodies. But, 2015 Best Franchisee of the World or BFW competition changed everything and gave Mexican franchises a prominent place in front of international customers and brands. The year’s BFW Award won by Omar Yunes’ Sushi Itto franchise, surpassing multiple participants from almost 34 countries around the world, including Argentina, Mexico, Brazil, France, Portugal, Hungary, and more. It should be noted that the competition held on December 5 in the Italian city, Florence and more information click here.
The competition, however, did not take the brand as a parameter for the Award. It put a strong focus on a number of factors including motivation of employees, contributions made in terms of knowledge, influence made on the network, the total number of improvements suggested to the model, and savings implemented. Yunes confirmed that he was euphoric with the great recognition and said that it was the testament to the hard work put by more than 400 employees of his various units. He also showed his gratitude towards the brand, Sushi Itto, for providing him room for innovation that helped him to grab the recognition, ultimately. Benjamin Cancelmo, the Chief Executive of the brand, confirmed that the Award represents the joint efforts put forward by the brand and the franchise in providing unique hospitality experience, great customer service, and a remarkable flavor and learn more about Omar Yunes.
Omar Yunes started his entrepreneurial career immediately after his education. He established the first unit of his Sushi Itto franchise at the age of 21. With innovative ideas and unique hospitality experience, the franchise has grown to 13 units, as of today and https://about.me/omar.yunes.marquez.
Its units are covering all the major cities of Mexico, and the units are considered as fine examples of excellent franchise-franchising experience. The Mexican version of the BFW competition held on November 24, and Yunes’ franchise won the competition that helped it to participate BFW world Award competition. Interestingly, the Mexican version of BFW also saw 34 franchises from different Mexican cities and Omar Yunes’s lacrosse camp.