Founder & CEO

William Motari Ogwagwa

Results-driven management consultant with over 12 years of experience diagnosing a range of problems, from small businesses to multi-million dollar corporations, public sector and ideating solutions. MBA degree and a member of the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA). Consulted with the management of over 35 companies with 98% positive feedback. Looking to continue growing as a lead management consultant with Zablim Management Consultancy Limited.

Mr. Ogwagwa has consulted in customer satisfaction surveys, Employee & Work Environment satisfaction surveys, Training Needs Assessment, Ethics and Integrity, Feasibility studies, Valuation of Assets and formulated workplace policies in various organizations in the public and private sectors as shown in the detailed curriculum vitae. He is currently a Part-time lecturer in the School of Education and External Studies of the University of Nairobi where he is teaching Quantitative Methods, Marketing Research and Entrepreneurship at undergraduate level. Mr Ogwagwa has well developed research and professional skills in Programme Coordination, Preparation of technical and financial proposals Quantitative and Qualitative Research, Survey Research and types of Research designs involving Primary as well as Secondary sources of Data, Research Design including development of Tools for Data Collection, Code Book, Coding, Data processing and Data analysis through SPSS 18.0; MS Excel. He is directly involved in sensitization of research assistants, participating in preliminary meeting, progress and final meetings. He is directly involved in achievements of the assignments deadlines, milestones and outputs. He has successfully been a lead consultant in more than 20 assignments of similar nature and his wealth of experience will be utilized in this assignment.

Personal Skills

Problem Solving and Strategic Planning
Business Knowledge & Project Management
Management Consulting
Research & Data Analysis

Published Research Papers

  • Odongo, H. N and Motari, W.O (2020) Consumers’ Perceptiveness towards store brands within supermarkets. International Journal of Construction Management1080/15623599.2020.17959886. Taylor and Francis Group.Available at
  • Ontiria, T.K; Nyongesa, S and Motari, W.O (2019) Consumers Perceptions towards Private label Brands. A case of Private label brands, produced by Kenyan Supermarkets in Nairobi County. European Journal of Business and Management [Online] Vol.11, issue No. 20. Available

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