LOS ANGELES – Allied Wallet is a globally leading provider of online payment processing, offering various payment solutions in 196 countries all over the world. Recently, their Founder and CEO Andy Khawaja was able to meet again with Democratic White House contender Hillary Clinton.
Andy Khawaja met with Hillary Clinton for another brief discussion in Los Angeles in April 2016 on her campaign trail.
Andy Khawaja and Hillary Clinton share an affinity for entrepreneurs as entrepreneurs contribute to the economy and growth of the United States of America and the world as a whole.
Andy Khawaja has spent over a decade building his global company, Allied Wallet, that enables people to take their businesses online and make sales internationally. With over 125 million users, his e-commerce company is ranked as a #1 trusted payment solutions brand in multiple continents.
“It was such a pleasure to meet with Hillary,” said Andy Khawaja, “…her leadership and courage is impressive and I think we can all agree with her success regardless of if you agree with her politics.”
The Huffington Post called Hillary Clinton the “President for Entrepreneurs (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/maura-o/the-president-for-entrepr_b_8691006.html)” because they believe she offers better access to capital and skilled employees.
Maura O’Neill, Huffington Post Writer and former CIO for the U.S. Agency for International Development stated that, amongst other reasons, Hillary’s track record champions entrepreneurs’ interests.
Allied Wallet’s CEO’s investment towards the growth of entrepreneurship worldwide has certainly been recognized, and Andy Khawaja’s meetings with Hillary Clinton highlight their mutual affinity for entrepreneurs.