Omar Yunes and is a one-of-a-kind Mexican strategist. He leads by example. He follows by nothing less. He has shown Mexico, Japan and several other countries what this is all about when he recently won Florence, Italy’s BFW Competition – or Best Franchisee in the World Competition. He placed the top spot, and this achievement he is more than proud of. In turn, he has encouraged others to do the same and has also given Mexico a high-standing reputation as a top service provider in numerous aspects.
Yunes handles investments for Sushi Itto, and he does it more than well. In addition to this recent accomplishment, he has won countless awards for “Best Franchisee in the World” each year. This competition is held in a different location annually. Omar has a true interest in the food business and has shown it time and time again; he currently operates 13 franchises for Sushi Itto – all out of Mexico. Mexico City, Puebla and Veracruz are the most common locations. His career brand has successfully created more than 400 jobs for those who work in the 13 franchises.
In addition, he has been featured in several news pieces and timeline articles. He also holds a standing on Crunch Base, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Reddit, Snapchat, Pinterest and even Twitter and Tumblr. 34 countries participated in the recent competition as well. These included Portugal, France, Brazil, Hungary, Italy, Mexico and Argentina as the top choices. Within the competition, each brand was thoroughly evaluated in its multiple aspects. Questions such as how much knowledge is a gain, what it has implemented and more were asked.
Omar Yune’s was not willing to take all the credit, for this humble leader knows far better than that. He, in fact, attributed all of his success to the collaborative team efforts of Sushi Itto and its 13 unique locations: He says that without the team coming together, none of the success would have been possible. He is an exceptional leader and will take some credit though he holds that without a team to work with, nothing can commence.