Black Businessman Hosted Texas Charity Benefit Promoting Black Artists

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[Solomon RC Ali]
Mr. Ali is CEO of NDR Energy Group, one of the largest minority-owned energy companies in the United States, and CEO of Revolutionary Concepts which is the exclusive owner of multiple technology patents.
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On June 13th, Private Equity Investor, Energy and Tech CEO and Philanthropist, Solomon RC Ali, sponsored the SOLOMON ALI BLACK ARTISTS BENEFIT at live music venue Arlington Music Hall in Arlington, Texas.

The Solomon Ali Black Artists Benefit was a 100% for-charity event produced to showcase Black spoken word artists, poets and musicians for the purpose of giving Black voices a platform to allow creativity to blossom into success.

“Many of these dynamic young artists have been effected artistically and financially by the COVID-19 pandemic and its effects on live performances. We wanted to give the gift of this incredible platform to these deserving young artists. One hundred percent of the revenue generated from this artist showcase event has gone directly to the artists who performed at our event,” states Solomon Ali.

Solomon RC Ali has spent his career scaling profitable companies across healthcare, technology, and energy sectors through the acquisition of funding and management consulting. Mr. Ali and his team have collectively managed and closed more than 140 mergers and acquisitions and arranged more than $250 million in structured investment capital and financing.

Mr. Ali is CEO of NDR Energy Group, one of the largest minority-owned energy companies in the United States, and CEO of Revolutionary Concepts which is the exclusive owner of multiple technology patents that are exclusively licensed by smart home technology companies, including RING by Amazon and SkyBell. Mr. Ali currently mentors and consults with profitable startups looking for funding, and he is the host of the podcast, MBA: Minority Business Access where he interviews top CEOS and shares valuable hacks for establishing and scaling businesses, and gaining access to capital.

Visit SolomonRCAli.info.

View this beautiful showcase of young Black poets, spoken-word artists and musicians - https://vimeo.com/427957398?fbclid=IwAR25V5XokSR4I-ed8W4jA_yFC92a2nCfmIA...

Find The Artists Showcased At This Event on Instagram: @ladi_themusician, @tatendermusic, @preachthepoet, @pwer_puff, A picture containing person, holding, man, standing Description automatically generated@yochefdee, @spokeneasy,@speakeasytome, @empressaxanicole @noirmusicgroup

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