In Italy, At the Best Franchisee of the World, BFW, Omar Yunes got the first place award for his assistance and contribution towards the Sushi Itto, a brand he owns. At the age of 21 is when Omar started holding franchise for sale. He has since expanded and is now the owner of 13 units of holding franchise. The units are spread out in Veracruz and Puebla in Mexico. The 13 units are 10 percent of the franchisee brand. Omar was chosen as the winner due to the fact that the units he was in charge of showing great progress towards employee motivation, influencing networks, increasing savings, useful knowledge levels and information management and controls per unit. These cumulative efforts make Sushi Itto a success in the food industry.
Omar Yunes has recently found his way into the real estate world. The rise of value in real estate is surprisingly increasing in California. The rise in value is kicking a lot of charities to the ground as they can no longer afford the rent. Most non-profit and charity organizations rely on the goodwill and financial support of the government and the general public to keep their operations running. When rent increases, they can no longer afford it and the ones that remain standing have to move to cheaper offices for sustainability. This is an exciting time for Mr. Yunes to invest real estate considering the profits. He is expanding his business and owns different stores in Mexico. Mr. Yunes is excited about his new real estate venture and with his proven track of success, he hopes to be successful in this field as well.
Omar empowers his employees to be the best at what they do and gives them tips on how to be successful. The BFW award was a form a recognition for the hard work Mr. Yunes has put into his career. Omar Yunes is putting his innovation and continuous improvement processes as he ventures into the real estate business. Not only is Omar a successful business man but also a great role model for the ones who know him. To know more about him click here.
Nathaniel Ru founded Sweetgreens in August of 2007. Nathaniel and his co-CEO’s Nicolas Jammet and Jonathan Neman took an entrepreneurship class together at Georgetown University. They created Sweetgreens with two things in mind; first they wanted to feed people better and second they wanted to make a brand that would stand for something. They didn’t feel as though there were enough healthy eating options near Georgetown and once they graduated they decided to open Sweetgreens. When Georgetown University was mostly empty during winter break Nathaniel, Nicolas and Jonathan realized that their restaurant would make it. People were still frequenting Sweetgreens for a healthy dining alternative. Learn more: http://www.thehoya.com/nathaniel-ru-jonathan-neman-and-nicolas-jammet/
Sweetgreens serves farm to table food in a fast food chain restaurant atmosphere. Sweetgreens factors in organic, local, healthy and fresh when they are creating their rotating menus. As of October 2016, Sweetgreens had 64 restaurants with over 1,700 employees. Sweegreens currently has locations in California, Illinois, New York, the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia Massachusetts and Pennsylvania. Learn more: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nathaniel-ru-b04a7310
Nathaniel, Nicolas and Jonathan are tech pioneers and over thirty percent of their companies transactions are made via their company site or mobile phone app. These co-CEO’s are bicostal and do not believe in a true corporate headquarters. They do have an office in Los Angeles but they are hoping to grow their company more nationally. Sweetgreens shuts down their office five times a year and the office staff works within the various restaurant locations for a more hands on approach. Learn more: http://www.forbes.com/pictures/ekeg45fe/nicolas-jammet-nathaniel-ru-jonathan-neman-co-founders-sweetgreen-262627/
In 2009, after opening a larget Sweetgreens location in Dupont circle, they had a lull in customers. Upon realizing they needed a reason for customers to come to this new location they started playing live music. This connection between music and food was the beginning of a larger trend they would create. Eventually they started bringing their food to local farmers markets and incorporated music there as well. Six hundred people showed up to this event and they decided to name it sweetlife. This new yearly music festival that Sweetgreens incorporates with their food draws upwards to twenty thousand people yearly. In addition to those coming for the music and Sweetgreens food, local farmers and food trucks also attend the music fest. While constantly asking “why” when coming up with new marketing ideas, Sweetgreens is becoming a strong leader in the healthy and convenient life style while incorporating fun and creativity. Learn more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VnQ9aK4ZmFA
Eric Pulier is a technologist and columnist too besides being a reputed entrepreneur. This is because he has founded more than fifteen companies. His ventures include Digital Evolution, besides US Interactive. Others are Media Platform, besides Akana, Desktone, and ServiceMesh. Another is the Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council.
Eric Pulier is a keen investor in several venture capital funds too. He partners with many charitable organizations besides groups dealing in venture capital. He likes to invest in the seed level startups that are in the media or technology sector. Most of these have been highly successful financings.
He lives in Los Angeles, California along with his four children. Eric Pulier is on the board of The Painted Turtle. This is a summer camp that is organized for children who are suffering from chronic illnesses. He is also on the Innovation Board of the XPRIZE Foundation.
Eric Pulier came up with vAtomic Systems once he saw how the market trends were converging in order to create an opportunity that was truly disruptive opportunity. He realized that this could transform the economy. It could even change the way in which we live today. He saw how certain factors could merge and turn into a part of daily life.
His new venture is vAtomic Systems. It is based on the fact that once the macro elements are in place, they can impact the economy as they would support digital goods. This would mean game mechanics, besides leading to a rise in the trading of digital goods. It would also include mobile GPS, along with block chain technology.
Eric Pulier has a hectic life. This is because he has four kids at home who keep him occupied with planned as well as unplanned activities. He tries to get up early in the morning in order to get some time to read. He believes in delegating time to every task that he does during the day. He is always trying to stick to his schedule.
Eric Pulier is keen to bring all his ideas to life. This is why he writes them down whenever they hit him. Later on, he can expand upon them.