Muhammad Azfar Ahsan is a global influencer, business connector, change activist, philanthropist, non-partisan political analyst and entrepreneur based out of Pakistan.
He is Founder of CORPORATE PAKISTAN GROUP – CPG. CPG is a group of 256 individuals from diﬀerent backgrounds including corporate & business leaders, ministers, senators, governors, federal secretaries, diplomats, defence personnel, disnguished academicians, media practitioners, energy experts, tech entrepreneurs, police officials, and movers and shakers of civil society.
As Founder & CEO of Nutshell Forum; an international conference management and training resource organization, he has organized more than four hundred national and international conferences, seminars, training workshops and group discussions in Pakistan; Singapore; Malaysia; Sri Lanka; Dubai; and Bahrain. He is the thought leader behind Pakistan's biggest corporate gathering LEADERS IN ISLAMABAD Summit; an annual leader's conference in Islamabad attracted global leaders from various backgrounds as speakers. He hosted hundreds of foreign nationals in Pakistan in last sixteen years.
He is the Board Member of Institute of Financial Markets of Pakistan, RYTS Global and also the Advisory Board Member of Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital Karachi.
Azfar is the Member Executive Council of Marketing Association of Pakistan; an apex body of marketing in Pakistan. He also served as Chairman of MARCON; Pakistan's ﬂagship marketing event.
In last sixteen years, he managed dozens of community projects all over Pakistan in the ﬁeld of health and education. He is aﬃliated with several professional organizations including Pakistan US Alumni Network; OPEN – Organization for Pakistan Entrepreneurs in North America; International Federation for Training & Development Organizations – IFTDO; Make-A-Wish Foundation and English Speaking Union of Pakistan.
In 2008 US State Department invited him as 'State Guest' under the auspices of International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP - the most prestigious program of US State Department) on “NGO Management”.