For over seven years now, Arthur Becker, a managing member of Madison Partners has been a private investor in real estate and technology firms. A man who believes that effective strategy needs to mirror the vertical growth of any business; he knows the value of embracing people with talent as integral to the long-term vision of any organization. The respect he has for working with expert teams has made him hold positions of high-level executive responsibilities in several companies like Vera Wang Fashion, Zinio LLC, and an InfoTech company called NaviSite. Presently, he has stakes in the initial stages of ventures in Bio Tech particularly in aspects related to innovations in treatment for cancer.
Arthur Becker has a passion for positively impacting people’s lives by creating enormous economic opportunity. The drive he has for the evolution of new paradigms in biotech is equaled only by his avid interests in developing luxury condominiums for residence in Miami, Florida, New York City, and Tribeca. He likes engaging with people by focusing on clarity of vision, a tenacious drive, and critical thought. His success in entrepreneurship is premised on striking a balance between passion and critical thinking. A man who has overcome several failures in business, Arthur never shies away from facing tough challenges. He understands that the success of any business lies in the creation of organizational synergy between the management and the employees. Know more.
Business ventures need flexibility to survive. It is for this reason that he consistently operates in a framework of informed intelligence by interpreting market dynamics, adopting strategic flexibility, and paying sincere attention to everyone with whom he works. A critical factor in the success of his business ventures has been an inexhaustible capacity to assist people to horn their skills in management related issues. The solid foundation he has established in business circles had its roots in the Amos Tuck Graduate School of Business Dartmouth. He started out in the private client services division of Bear Stearns, Inc. in 1988, and then later he served as the founder and president of Bnox, Inc. in 1994. From that time, he founded many companies, but he finally settled on private investment through his flagship company, the Madison Partners, LLC.