USPAACC asks Congress & Big Tech to Work Together to Advance Common Goal
In writing legislation, Congress should consider the role that Big Tech played in helping small businesses survive during the pandemic
As the most established and effective non-profit organization representing Asian American business owners, we recognize the major role that large technology companies like Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and Google have played in helping small businesses to grow and prosper.
In fact, it's safe to say that the services and platforms these companies provide helped many of our members survive during the COVID-19 pandemic and the ensuing economic downturn. It also allowed USPAACC to provide our members with access to our 36 live-video broadcast programs in 2020 alone.
At the same time, we also welcome efforts to reform this important sector of the American economy in a way that would benefit both businesses and consumers. To that end, we hope that Congress and the leaders of the technology companies would work together to advance that common goal; while preserving the original intent of the law for free political discussion passed 25 years ago.
USPAACC was founded in 1984, with a national office in Nation's Capital and regional chapters in CA, TX, GA, NY, IL, DC-MD-VA. We provide one unified voice for equal opportunity in business and procurement for Pan Asian Americans that include East, South, and Southeast Asian and Pacific Islander. We open doors to business opportunities with Fortune corporations, governments at the federal, state, and local levels, large nonprofits, and the small, minority, and other diverse business communities. www.uspaacc.com