The World Event Awards Grants Omar Yunes the 2015 Award

Sushi Itto is a franchise owned by Omar Yunes. The franchise won the award for the best franchise in the world in December 2015 in Italy. Omar said in an interview with the entrepreneur that he is very proud of the award. He continued to note that his 400 employees in the 13 units he manages are the source of the success as they have allowed him to be innovative. Representatives from 34 countries attended the 2015 best franchise in the world. They came from Mexico, France, Italy and Brazil among others. The effect of the franchise was evaluated, and its impact on networking and contribution regarding employee motivation was among the key elements. According to Diego the organizer of BFW Mexico, Omar won the highest award as he was an important change factor in a franchising-franchisee relationship. Omar also won the first place in the national qualifier. He has concentrated more on implementing control boards that aid in enhancing clearer measurements of each unit. Benjamin Cancelmo, the COE of Sushi Itto, noted that they regard the awards as a manifestation of their joint effort in providing customers with excellent services and unique hospitability. The award was a strong indicator of the success the sector has gained internationally. It leaves behind the days when franchises in Mexico were considered regional events.
The BFW is a worldwide event that recognizes the effort of franchisee of different brands across the world. Selection is carried out in each country and brings together best franchisees. Omar was selected to represent Mexico with his franchise of Sushi Itto the case of the professionalization of the role of the franchisee. Also representing Mexico was Ivan tamer with the prendamex brand and the case of implementation of the alternative system for the control and sale of articles.
About Omar Yunes
Omar is the leading Mexican franchisee innovator. He was recognized through the award of best franchise of the world in 2015. Yunes is known for his contributions to the brand he represents. He became the franchise of the Japanese food chain when he was 21 years old. He now owns 13 franchise units all located in Mexico. The franchise represents about 10% of the brand he owns.

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