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Salim Holder

New York City Area

Member Since October 2020


Brand Management
Digital Marketing
Marketing Strategy


Hi, I’m Salim Holder! My history of success in brand management/digital marketing is directly related by my ability to craft an innovative approach to any problem with a positive attitude and customer-centric focus. I’m a strong leader, pioneer, and expert at driving growth for organizations and individuals. Brands I’ve made a positive impact for include Little Remedies, Vagisil, Kotex, and Jameson Whiskey —my prowess is not limited by industry or company type. I am very active in my community, as I’m the Co-Director of the #2 ranked Youth Development program in the country among my fraternity, Kappa Alpha Psi, Fraternity Inc. I voluntarily provide academic and career advice to young professionals considering getting their MBA or pursuing a career in Marketing. I am also an Entrepreneur as I leverage my success transforming nearly a dozen different organizations, to help others to sell more of their products or services, to more people, for more money and more often. While others take pride in meeting all standards set before them, my passion is for delivering service that goes beyond organizational expectations, creating a win-win scenario for everyone involved! Connect with me today to find out how I’ll make your mission my mission, to help bring ALL of your business objectives into focus!

Published content

10 Ways Small Businesses Can Become Valued Pillars of Their Communities

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Your local community can support you in more ways than one — as long as you support them too. Especially for small businesses, embracing your local community can be vital to your ongoing success. Your local community members not only make up the large portion of your customers — if not all of them — but they also can act as key support when times are tough and help  ensure a thriving local market of small businesses, entrepreneurs and community organizations.  But to fully immerse yourself into your community, you’ll need to ensure your efforts are thoughtful and well-planned-out. For guidance, the members of Rolling Stone Culture Council offer their tips for how any business can become a valued, trusted pillar of their surrounding community and why doing so is so important.

12 Strategies to Help Your Company Stay Ahead of the Trends

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To be a trendsetter, you have to put in the work upfront. With trends always coming and going, it can seem like businesses are always just trying to catch up with the next big thing. But to be a true innovator, you’ll need to get ahead of the trends and maybe even set a few for yourself. In order for your business to be the first to capitalize on upcoming trends in your industry — and earn the respect and consumer attention that follows — consider these strategies recommended by the members of Rolling Stone Culture Council. Implementing even one could give you a major head start with the competition.

11 Marketing Pros Share Their Tips for Standing Out in an Ad-Heavy World

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Even in today's ultra-saturated media landscape, it's possible to rise above the noise. From promoted social media posts to TV commercials and everything in between, the world is saturated with advertisements. Now more than ever, businesses need to be strategic in the way they conduct their marketing and find a way to stand out from the crowd. Otherwise, they face the risk of being forgotten or going unseen by their target audience. If you’re looking to truly stand out with your marketing, the leaders of Rolling Stone Culture Council offer a few tips for how to set yourself apart from your competitors and genuinely connect with your audience.

13 Steps All Business Leaders Can Take to Create Inclusive Spaces for Their Customers

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These universal strategies will go a long way toward showing your customers you care. In today’s cultural climate, every business should be focused on creating an inclusive space for not only its employees, but also its consumers. At a time when social justice and equity are in the spotlight, companies need to show that they stand with customers from all walks of life. While the implementation of diversity, equity and inclusion efforts may look different across culture and entertainment spaces, there are some universal practices any company can and should implement. Below, 13 members of Rolling Stone Culture Council share the important strategies they believe all business leaders need to put into practice.

Company details

Company bio

4th Ave Market is the largest black owned online Beauty and Hair retailer platform in the US. Our goal is to Reinvent Retail for the Black community by increasing access to and awareness of products created to resolve our needs; enabling Black manufacturers and innovators to gain distribution of their products; and, reinvesting money spent back into our community.



Area of focus

Hair and Beauty
Black Owned Retailer

Company size

2 - 10