A Brief look at Omar Yunes and his Journey to become the Best Franchisee of the World

Omar Yunes, who is the Sushi ltto franchisee, recently won the competition of the Best Franchisee of the World. This competition was carried out on 5th December last year in the city of Florence Italy. This was for the contributions to the brand he was representing. Omar was 21 years of age when he became a franchisee of the Japanese food chain. He is currently the owner of 13 units of franchise situated in Veracruz, Mexico City, and Puebla.

There were representatives from over 30 countries in attendance at the 2015 edition of the BFW. Some of these countries consisted of Argentina, France, Hungary, Mexico, and Portugal among others. The impact of the franchise on the network was evaluated and not the brand.

Diego Elizarrarrás, who was also a part of the organizers in BFW Mexico and won the first position in the national qualifier stated that he believed he attained the highest award due to the fact that he played the role of a crucial factor of change in the relationship of franchising, attaining a management of information which is better and control boards implementation which aid in having more straightforward measurements in every unit.

The BFW aims to showcase this competition on the exceptional leadership, teamwork, and implementation and innovation process of every franchise. The BFW thrives to highlight this competition on the incredible teamwork, leadership, innovation and implementation of the processes of each franchise

Omar Yunes is a part of the major Mexican Franchisees who aided in placing Mexico on the business map internationally because of his contributions and creativity to Sushi Itto. He got rewarded for his efforts when he became the winner of the Best Franchisee of the World. Omar Yunes portrays the Japanese Food Chain which is a brand he began working with when he was 21 years of age on a franchise basis. Omar is currently the owner of 13 units all situated in the City of Veracruz, Mexico, and Puebla. In reality, that is around 10 percent of all the units owned by the Japanese food chain.