Omar Yunes Earns Recognition as Top Franchisee Globally

The franchisee of Sushi Itto, Mr. Omar Yunes won big at the Best Franchisee of World contest. The contest took place in Florence on 5th December 2015. He became the franchisee of the food chain while he was just 21. Today, he owns 13 franchised units in Veracruz, Puebla, and Mexico City. This is about 10% of all the units under this brand.

What He Had to Say About It

Omar said that he felt very proud to receive the award. However, he also took the opportunity to note that the prize belonged to all 400 employees of the 13 units he manages.

About this Award Ceremony

Omar won the award at the 2015 edition of this awards ceremony. At the event, there were representatives from 34 countries. He received the award after an evaluation of his effect on the network rather than the brand.
According to the organizer of BFW Mexico, the award speaks of the growing strength of the Mexican franchises internationally. He said that it represented the departure of Mexican franchises from being just regionally competitive.
The second place went to Mr. Tamer. He received the award thanks to his efforts to implement and provide tools to achieve a marketing system that is responsible for the management of a pawnshop network. The jury that gave the final verdict was composed of professionals from the Mexican Association of Franchises, entrepreneurs in the sector, and the Universidad Anáhuac.

About Omar Yunes

Omar Yunes is the famous franchisee of Sushi Itto. He recently won the Best Franchisee of the World (BFW) award that was held on December 5, 2015. The ceremony was held in Florence, Italy. It was recognition of his contribution to the brand he represents. Omar became a franchisee of Sushi Itto while he was still 21. Today, his empire has grown to 13 units.
Omar has enjoyed major success in the food industry of Mexico. Today, he has been able to create 400 jobs for workers in all the 13 units that he runs. To be successful, he knows that he needs the contributions of his employees. Thus, he always ensures they are motivated.

Stephen Murray: An Inspiration

The business and banking industries received saddening news that Stephen Murray, the chief executive officer of CCMP Capital Advisors has passed away. Stephen Murray, the terrific deal maker, passed away on March 12, 2015 at the age of 52. Read more: Stephen P. Murray, 52; Financial Executive; Stamford Resident; Vice Chair Boston College Board of Trustees

He not only contributed to the success of his company and the others that he worked for, but Stephen Murray supported many charities through out his life including the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Boston College, and Stamford Museum. Read more: CCMP’s Murray dead at 52

Stephen Murray was a resident of New York City, and began his journey to success at Boston College where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree. Murray progressed his education by seeking and completing a Master of Business Administration from Columbia University on New York. Learn more about Stephen Murray CCMP: http://fortune.com/2015/03/13/ex-ccmp-capital-ceo-steve-murray-passes-away/

It is no surprise that with such a strong educational background that he joined JP Morgan in 1984, and quickly began to rise in position becoming the vice president of middle-market lending.

It was then that Stephen Murray went on to develop and co-found CCMP Capital which is a spinout of JP Morgan Chase. He was soon elected president and chief executive officer of CCMP Capital, and focused his efforts on the private firm and the growth equity transactions it specializes in. Learn more about Stephen Murray CCMP: http://ryvoice.org/stephen-murray-and-ccmp-capital/

Due to health complications, Stephen Murray stepped down as chief executive officer of CCMP shorty before his passing. Stephen Murray was a celebrated businessman with many connections, and served as a board member on several major companies.

All that knew Stephen Murray say that he was an inspiration to work with, and will be dearly missed in the banking industry.