The Trump administration will tout small business success on Tuesday as part of its “American Dream Week”, highlighting how President Donald Trump’s economic agenda is designed to support — and simultaneously driven by — U.S. small business growth.
The event will feature the Small Business Administration’s actions as an example of the government’s commitment to America’s business owners and entrepreneurs.
Along with the president, the roundtable will be hosted by his senior advisor and daughter Ivanka Trump and the head of the Small Business Administration Linda McMahon. Business owners from multiple industries, who have been helped by the SBA’s policies, will be present at the event, according to the White House.
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