Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton will make pro-small business policies a focus in her presidential bid.

Clinton plans to spend next week in Iowa and New Hampshire sharing her ideas with small businesses and entrepreneurs, which include: finding ways to cut red tape for small businesses and entrepreneurs; expanding access to capital; simplifying taxes and offering relief for business owners; and boosting their ability to export.

Last week at a roundtable on immigration, she declared, “I want to be the president for small business.”

Clinton also wants to remind voters that she is the daughter of a small business owner. Her father, Hugh Rodham, owned a drapery business in her hometown of Park Ridge, Ill.

On Tuesday, she will be hosting a small business roundtable in Cedar Falls, Iowa.