Following his contributions towards Sushi Itto, Omar Yunes emerged as the winner in the BFW. The event took place Italy particularly Florence. The contributions he made to the product brand that he stands for is the backbone behind his win. As early as twenty-one years of age, Omar turned out to be the Japanese food chain’s franchise. As at now, he is in possession of thirteen franchise units based in Puebla, Veracruz, and Mexico City. This is about a tenth of all the units held by the brand.
The BFW edition of the year 2015 registered attendance of reps from thirty-four countries. The franchise also underwent evaluation during the event together with the effects. This entails a lot including the much influence on the network, its contributions about knowledge, executed savings, and the extent of proposals made towards the betterment of the model.
In the view of Diego Elizarrarrás, the BFW Mexico organizer, Omar took over the finest award for acting as an active means of transformation concerning the franchising-franchisee connection. He attained an improved information management as well as the coordination and the executions of the control panels that assist in bringing about more vivid measurements for every single unit.
According to the comments by the Sushi Itto CEO, Benjamin Cancelmo, the awards are regarded as a demonstration of the unified struggle to enhance the provision of exemplary services, an outstanding flavor as well as a distinct hospitality.
The Mexican chapter’s second position was won by Iván Tamer after Omar Yunes. He is a Pendamex’s franchise holder. Gratitude was given towards the execution and the provision of the tools to facilitate the attainment of a new marketing structure that currently enhances the management of the whole network of pawn shops. According to Patricia Campos, the brand’s franchise manager, he has made a lot of contributions towards the franchise development as well as alongside establishing exemplary parameters within the network.
The Mexican chapter’s bench is made up of reps of the Mexican Association of Franchises, the Universidad Anahuac, the sector tycoons as well as the Entrepreneur. The emergence of Omar as a winner was therefore not a walk in the park and the award comes along with a lot of honor and value.