According to Arthur Becker a business man and investor in New York, success in business needs one to point out a talent, persuade talented people towards their vision and finally give way so that they can also give their best into the business. This is the same spirit that Arthur uses in his investments in the real estate, biotechnology and in any other businesses that he sets his mind on. Arthur (arthurbeckerstudio.com) is part of the management team of the Madison Partners which is focused on real estate and biotechnology especially the emerging businesses. He is also the former CEO of the largest newsstand in the world, Zinio. He worked as the CEO from 2012 until 2015. Before working with Zinio he worked at NASDAQ’s subsidiary NaviSite which provided internet services, colocation and hosted many of the businesses in U.S and U.K. He has also served as an advisor for Vera Wang fashion Company for about 7 years.
After the sale of NaviSite to Times Warner, Arthur turned his attention towards the real estate and biotechnology business. He is in the final process of finishing some houses in New York. In 2011 he invested in the construction of condos in New York, Miami and Florida. His interest in the real estate business started after his graduation when he began selling houses in New England. He has also gained exposure in the field of biotechnology and he became fascinated with the paradigms. According to him, biotechnology is alluring due to its combination of economic benefits and the ability to serve humanity.
Arthur has a passion for photography and art. He studied photography alongside pre-med and ceramic majors at Bennington College (https://www.crunchbase.com/person/arthur-becker#/entity). In the 1990s he was back to his photography business with an aim to produce better texture photographs that required for him to overcome the challenges in most of the available Camera lenses in that century. His art is mostly centered on currency and has been featured in Art Basel and The Hal Katzen among other famous exhibitions. He claims that even though he has his own talent, he is better suited at coordinating and organizing the work of other experts.