Dope Black Men: Fraternity
An invitation to black businessmen, entrepreneurs and those wanting to connect with other high functioning black men.
Dope Black Men: Fraternity in collaboration with UK Black Business Show bring you a seminar hosted by various industry giants in their own fields. It will be hosted by the founder of Dope Black and entrepreneur, Marvyn Harrison. Join us to connect on business, mental health and various other things affecting black men in business.
This event forms part of the UK Black Business Week.
Co-president of frontline Universal Music UK label: 0207 Def Jam
Ghanaian, London-born business man and industry giant Alec Boateng’s career in A&R began at Ministry of Sound before he founded a London-based music company alongside the late industry lawyer Richard Antwi. Together, they oversaw success with artists such as Wretch 32, and worked with acts such as Popcaan and Gyptian.
An A&R Award winner, Alec spent over a decade at BBC 1Xtra where he hosted the breakfast show for several years. He got his start in the music business via DJ’ing and leading the award-winning UK mixtape team Split Mics.
In 2020 Alec and his twin brother, Alex, became co-presidents of frontline Universal Music UK label: 0207 Def Jam.
Founder – Dope Black CIC & Belovd Agency