|Born||23 September 1988|
Lewisham, South London,
|Television||The Apprentice (2016)|
Boateng, whose parents emigrated from Ghana in the early 1980s, was born in 1988 in Lewisham, South London.
Boateng's family moved to Bury, Greater Manchester, in 2000. Whilst in Bury, Boateng attended Castlebrook High School and Holy Cross Sixth Form College.
Boateng left Bury to study Information Technology and Business Studies at Sheffield Hallam University. Whilst at the University, Boateng became a society President in his first year before becoming an Executive within the University's Union in his second year.
Whilst in Sheffield, Boateng began his career at Enterprise Rent-A-Car. Boateng eventually moved back to London in 2013. He next worked at London Business Conferences, Carcraft, Carrylift Group and Toyota. In 2017 Boateng co-founded the company Build and Master.
Film and Television
Boateng came to public attention when he participated in BBC One's The Apprentice 2016 hosted by Lord Sugar. Boateng project managed a task in week 5 of the show leading the team to victory. Boateng went on to reach week 7 of the show before being eliminated.
Ghana UK Based Achievement (GUBA) Awards
Boateng was nominated for a Guba Award in 2017 in the 'Professional of the year' category for his work and rise in management through various companies.
The Screen Nation Film & TV Awards
Boateng was also nominated for a Screen Nation Film & TV Award in 2017 in the 'Favourite Reality TV Talent' category.
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