Arthur Becker Knows How To Invest In The Best

Arthur Becker is a very successful man. As the Managing Member of Madison Partners, LLC, he knows a thing or two about bringing ideas to life. After becoming engaged by technology and real estate after his tenure at NaviSite and ZINIO, he expanded his interests. He invested in New York City and Miami condominium development. Combining his new interests with his fascination of technology, he created Madison Partners, LLC with the hopes of making significant impacts on people’s lives.

Now his days are more flexible, running a business with no conference calls or meetings. Surrounded by people he respects, Mr. Becker brings ideas to life. Every facet of both the real estate and technology fields fascinates him, from the design and financing of real estate to the marketing and design of technology. He admits he is most effective in organizing his business and life, having an eye for coordinated the best talent for his ideas. Arthur Becker can even admit that he is great at persuading people to see his vision and join in on goal.

In an interview by Fashionista, he said that he finds that balance is his biggest enemy within his own success, finding it hard to balance the passionate drive he has with his ability to critically think. Arthur Becker must force himself to hone his unrelenting drive so that his vision remains clear enough to see and execute the best strategy for the situation. He admits that he has tried and failed at many businesses over the years, but he has found success in the chemistry between management of his successes. His ability to create a good team has allowed him to continue his success with Madison Partners, LLC.

Arthur Becker was once the Chairman and CEO of the world’s largest digital newsstand, ZINIO, LLC. Prior to ZINIO, he was the CEO of NaviSite, a company that provided internet technology services to businesses. Mr. Becker worked at the Vera Wang fashion company for 7 years as a senior advisor. He still remains an active investor in technology and real estate since NaviSite was sold in 2011 to Time Warner.