The Emirate free zone is glad to have hosted its second road show
Lahore, June 28, 2012 (PPI-OT): Following the success of the Karachi road show, Ras Al Khaimah Free Trade Zone (RAK FTZ) concluded a road show in Lahore on the 27th of June at the Pearl Continental Hotel. RAK FTZ is visiting Pakistan with an agenda to attract Pakistani businessmen to Ras Al Khaimah. Pakistan is the third biggest market for RAK FTZ, and the free zone is looking to improve and succeed even more by demonstrating complete dedication to the region.
To achieve this, RAK FTZ is conducting a series of road shows and seminars in Pakistan. After the success of the first show in Karachi, expectations were high for its second show in Lahore. They were not disappointed as scores of delegates and businessmen attended to hear the opportunities presented by the growing Free Trade Zone.
The purpose of the road shows is to showcase RAK FTZ as the ‘home of Pakistani businesses in the Middle East’, where one can invest and benefit from its various business set-up packages that offer residence visa, eligibility for a bank account in the UAE, 100% business ownership, and 100% tax-free income, as well as a business climate that provides security, stability and abundant room for growth and success.
Commenting on RAK FTZ’s activities in Pakistan, RAK FTZ Marketing Representative Omar Ul Haq stated, “The attendance and positive reception we got here in Lahore gave us an idea of the opportunities for business and the vitality of the Pakistani economy.
We will be visiting other cities across the country to provide opportunities for Pakistani businessmen to meet RAK FTZ representatives and find out how to set up their businesses at RAK FTZ with the utmost ease and minimum costs, as it is one of the most cost-effective free zones in the UAE. RAK FTZ aims to be the prime location for Pakistani businessmen looking to expand their opportunities and we aim to continue such activities to maintain our contact with the Pakistani market.”
Part of the attraction of setting up a business at RAK FTZ is that it requires a minimum amount of paperwork.
For more information, contact:
Public Relations and Media Officer
Ras Al Khaimah Free Trade Zone Authority (RAK FTZ)