Business World

Arthur Becker: Variation of Success

trop / March 21, 2017

Arthur Becker manages Madison Partners, NYC. It is an investment firm which aims on Bio Tech ventures and Real Estate endeavors. Prior to being a managing member at Madison Partners, Arthur Becker was formerly the CEO and Chairman of the digital newsstand company Zinio from 2012 to 2015. Before becoming a member of the corporation Zinio, Arthur Becker was the CEO of NaviSite. The corporation NaviSite is a NASDAQ company that once provided internet technology services to businesses in the United States and the United Kingdom from 2002 to 2010. With worldwide locations in the India, UK and the US, NaviSite facilitated data central hosting and other application management to the business masses. Arthur Becker was a senior advisor to fashion designer Vera Wang and her name brand design company for 7 years. He has also been a private investor in real estate and technology since NaviSite was sold to Time Warner approximately six years ago.

Arthur Becker stated on that he brings his ideas to life and feels more encouraged when he works with people that he admires and respects in the technology and real estate world. Becker finds real estate alluring as the many steps of a developing project are very different from one step to the next. A variation of steps such as the beginning design stage to the actual construction and advertising.

Becker has also recognized that a habit which made him more productive as an entrepreneur has been the balancing of passion and drive along with critical thinking. The challenges within a new business are the captivating variables of clear vision and incessant drive.

Arthur Becker has attempted various business ventures over the years. Some have failed and others have had success. Becker states he has learned how to prevent and detect similar failures for future reference. For the companies that he has been lucrative with, the positive relationship between management has always been essential to the success of an operating business.

Arthur Becker does not have many regrets, but he has admitted some regret for not completing his second year of graduate school in business.

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