DR. SARAH SUN LIEW'S TOP SIX MAIN ISSUES AND SOLUTIONS
Vote for Dr. Sarah for US Senator
as a small business sUPPORTER
Dr. Sarah Sun Liew,
as a small business supporter, she has undertaken various educational programs to further my knowledge of our economy, including MBA, DBA, and Ph.D. and post-doctoral Ph.D. studies at top universities, including Harvard Business School.
Additionally, She has been a CEO for over 25 years, running an IT global banking company and working with Fidelity National Information Services, Inc Fidelity National Information Services, Inc. (or FIS) is an American company on the Fortune 500 list which offers a wide range of financial products and services. and Worldpay, Vantiv, NPC... and have aided tens of thousands of small business owners and stores exclusively through her global IT banking & financial business.
She understands the pain and real needs of small business owners, especially when a pandemic has closed many businesses, left business owners suffering, and employees losing their jobs. She wants to help them resume their business, re-hire more people, and rebuild their business as soon as possible. She is running for them—the business owners and entrepreneurs.
If you are a business owner in California, She is your Candidate!
Solution: Through 25 years of experience as a global banking company and helping large companies and small business owners she observed that it's hard for entrepreneurs to save jobs and create jobs here in America.
Thus, it’s imperative to create a program to help businesses, start-ups, and vocational training programs for women, young unemployed, early retirees, and veterans. We’re creating an entrepreneurial support center and start-up for economic growth and job creation.
This facility will assist entrepreneurs in acquiring better education in business, law, and investment to develop their businesses. It is designed to help entrepreneurs create a wide range of computer education programs, marketing, funding programs, and youth internships that entrepreneurs need to meet the rapidly changing world. Small business is the backbone of the American Economy and we need to keep it strong.