Mr. Becker holds the position of Managing Member at Madison Partners, a firm geared towards real estate investments and Bio Tech initiatives. Before joining Madison Partners, he was both the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Zinio, a renowned major digital platform. From the year 2002 until 2010, Arthur was the Chief Executive Officer of NaviSite, an internet providing company to clients in both USA and UK. Arthur was all-rounded as he was also a Snr Consultant for Vera Wang brand for seven years.
According to his interview with The Real Deal, Arthur has always had a soft spot for both real estate and technology. After selling NaviSite in the year 2011, Arthur decided to increase his real estate ventures in both Miami and New York. At the same time, he was thrilled by the impact and change brought about by the upcoming biotech firms.
He says that he is quite flexible since his day to day activities are not planned. He looks forward to completing his project in New York, where he is putting up some Town Houses. In addition to that, Arthur hopes to build a luxurious residential house in the heart of Tribeca. Mr. Becker has an interesting way of birthing new ideas to reality; he surrounds himself with people who are geared by the ideology of respect for themselves as well as that of other people.
Arthur Becker is primarily intrigued by the biotech trend where cancer treatment is taking a new turn. Despite having not attended any training in the medical field, he understands various approaches in such initiatives. Mr. Becker reveals that being a successful entrepreneur has been no walk in the park. He continues to say that apart from being aggressive in order to realize your dreams, one ought to engage in critical thinking. By doing so, you will be able to make any changes that vital for the success of the business.
Arthur says that being intelligent and informed is a key secret to being successful. At the same time, being keen to both colleagues and the market will take you a long way. Arthur Becker has a BA from Bennington College. In addition to that, he pursued Business studies at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth.