We interviewed director of operations Mohammad Sabbagh of Wakame – KSA and here were some of his opinions.
Wakame is a small sushi bar that was focused on making the best tasting sushi – without ever compromising on the highest quality ingredients.
We entered the franchise business with help of Francorp.
Our goal was to create a restaurant for sushi lovers in KSA.
The seaweed leaf inspired the name of the restaurant.
The logo reflects the sushi and sea food concept at our restaurant.
We offer premium quality and in addition, we are also consistent in our services.
We look for people who are able to sustain our quality and transparency in the partnership.
It takes 6 months or a year to realise their investment.
We had a problem with storage of our stock as it was imported. However, we overcame it by changing the size of our storehouse to 1500 meter square land.
We have built a brand reputation that has lasted 11 years.
It would be developed in other regions. In addition, locally growing in districts.
In conclusion, they should believe in your quality, vision and mission. Above all, always prioritize customers over your revenues.
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