In a report by The Real Deal, Arthur Becker is the CEO of Zinio and has a long and impressive history in technology and application management. His investments in Vera Wang Fashion and NaviSite lasted for numerous years. Although he has involved himself in a number of companies over the years it was the venture he began in 2011 that led to his ultimate success.
In 2011 Arthur Becker began investing in residential developments. He develops and renovates townhouses then leases or sells them. His real estate ventures have expanded and now include New York and Florida. His business originally began in 2003 when he was the CEO of NaviSite. He founded Madison Partners which became part of the real estate business in which he now places his focus.
According to NY Daily News, Arthur Becker invests in properties with a unique appeal. He renovates them until they are ready to be leased or sold and this is how he makes back his investment plus some additional funds. His profit was almost immediate on many technological projects. This satisfies him although he has learned to take his time instead of rushing.
Arthur Becker is the CEO of Zinio and used to be the CEO of NaviSite as well. NaviSite was a NASDAQ quoted company who specialized in application management and technology services. They customers were based in the United States and the United Kingdom from 2002 until 2010. Their offices were located in the United Kingdom, the United States and India. Their focus was providing cloud based applications and data center hosting to businesses. Mr. Becker was also one of the advisors for the Vera Wang fashion company for seven years. He has been a private investor in the technology field and real estate since the sale of NaviSite in 2011.
While working for NaviSite and Zinio, Arthur Becker became involved with real estate and technology. He expanded his real estate interests with investments in condominium developments in Florida, Miami and New York City. Becker also has interests in the early stages of a bio tech company and became fascinated by evolving paradigms.