In the ancient Middle East, before Twitter, Facebook and Instagram were ever conceived, the Kaytoob sat with people, wrote down their thoughts, opinions and stories, and shared them with other people. In the UAE at that time, few had the ability to write well, and even fewer could do it with beautiful calligraphy.
The Kaytoob stood out remarkably for his talents. He would write letters, document legal contracts, print messages to be carried from one king to another, and in general wrote whatever people needed to put to pen.
In the Ras Al Khaimah Free Trade Zone’s (RAK FTZ’s) newsletter, Kaytoob, we take the role of this ancient scribe to our clients and experts in different fields, write down their success stories, pen their opinions, and inform our readers in general about RAK and RAK FTZ. We document the free zone’s activities, events and achievements every quarter, and deliver them to you in one convenient, online envelope. We hope you enjoy reading our Kaytoob just as much as we have enjoyed the privilege of bringing it to you.