The Knowledge Warehouse Limited is a publishing company founded by Dr. Hanningtone Gaya aimed at providing valuable and informative information to people across the world. The company produces popular magazine that include: Business Monthly, Motor, Mum and Dad.

dr hanningtone gayaDr Hanningtone Gaya, holds a PhD in Commerce in Business Management from Nelson Mandela University (NMU), is viewed as an authority in country branding and is the founder chairman of the Brand Kenya Board. He is an adjunct associate professor at the School of Business at the Riara University in Nairobi, where he teaches marketing, management, corporate governance, CSR and ethics. Dr Gaya is the Publisher/CEO of the Media 7 Group Kenya. In 2010, Kenya’s President bestowed on him the award of the Elder of the Order of the Burning Spear (EBS) for distinguished service to his country. Hanningtone was crowned a Warrior by the Marketing Society of Kenya for his contribution to the marketing and publishing fraternity in 2008.
Hanningtone recently won the BEST PAPER AWARD from the Academy of International Business based in Michigan, USA. The award was for the paper titled: A New Theory for Creating Sources of Sustainable Competitive Advantage in a Services Firm in the Motor Industry in Kenya. This paper was co-authored with Prof. Miemie Struwig of the NMU and was presented at the Inaugural sub-Saharan Africa International Conference held at the Riara University Business School in August 13-15 2014.
Hanningtone is a Fellow of the Institute of the Motor Industry of the United Kingdom, a past member of the Branding Council of East Africa, a council member and Chairman of the Governance Committee of the Marketing Society of Kenya, was elected for the second time on May 2015 the Chairman of the Media Owners Association.
On November 17 2014, Dr Gaya was awarded the 2014 NMU Alumni Special Award in recognition for outstanding contribution in his specialized field of study, for distinguished service to his country and for being an exemplary Ambassador for the Nelson Mandela University.
Hanningtone was nominated on Jan 2 2016 as one of the top 100 people expected to set the global agenda by the Standard Newspaper.

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