Arthur Becker, the current Managing Associate at Madison Partners, LLC is a successful entrepreneur in the real estate and technology markets. He has held top positions in companies such as Vera Wang Fashion, Zinio, Atlantic Investors, and NaviSite. Recently, Arthur did an interview with Inspirery where he sheds light on his career and achievements.
During the interview, Arthur elucidated that the Vera Wang Fashion Company was his source of inspiration to initiate NaviSite Technology Company in 2003 and Madison Partner, LLC, a real estate corporation in 2011. He further explains that he buys unique properties which he flips and later sells or leases, earning profit from his investment. More details can be found on LinkedIn.
Arthur clarifies that the business is rewarding as it did not take long to make a profit, unlike in other business ventures. Mr. Becker advises other upcoming investors in the industry to first learn about the industry before embarking on investing hefty sums of money as he did. According to Becker, he believes referrals, business cards, shirts, pens, and billboards are important marketing strategies to get a company’s name known.
About Arthur Becker
Arthur Becker is a graduate of Bennington College and Amos Tuck Graduate School of Business Dartmouth where he obtained his Bachelors of Arts and MBA respectively. After clearing his studies, in 1988, Mr. Becker joined Bear Stearns, Inc. in 1994. He established Bnox, Inc. and worked as its President and Founder. During his reign at the company, it managed to sell through large market retailers including Wal-Mart, Rite Aid, CVS, and T-Maxx.
Later on, Arthur imitated Advance Partners, LLC which was a financial corporation that aided financing and acquisition of various UK companies to US-based investors. The company recommended Cendant Corporation to acquire National Car Park in the UK in 1998 for a value of 1.1 Billion. Mr. Becker started investing in technology and real estate in 2011 after he founded Madison Partners, LLC. Before this, he had invested in Zinio, a digital magazine distributor selling over 6,000 magazines in nearly 15 countries. Currently, Arthur lives in New York and Miami and is still invests in both Real Estate and technological corporations.