Industries like real estate and technology are very challenging, and for you to break through, you need to be smart and diligent. A well-known name in both of these industries is Arthur Becker. Becker has served as a top executive in huge corporations. From 2002-2010, Becker headed NaviSite. This company provided internet services to various firms in the US and the UK. Some of these services included data center hosting, and it managed cloud-based applications for various enterprises. He joined another company called Zinio which offered digital advertising and marketing from 2012 to 2015.
Arthur’s past experiences led him to create another company called Madison Technology, LLC. The technology firm is based in Colorado. He serves as the managing member of the enterprise. Since 2011, Becker has been a private investor in technology. Arthur is also a managing member at Atlantis Investors.
Inspiration behind Madison Partners
Having interacted with both technology and real estate in his past career, Arthur developed a liking for the two. He has also been exposed to some biotechnology companies. He liked the dynamics of the industry and also wanted to impact the lives of people positively.
Arthur’s regular days and how he makes the most out of them
At the moment, Arthur does not have a fixed working structure. His days are flexible as he works towards the end of his Town Houses in New York. He is also developing a luxurious condo in Tribeca.
Becker says that he is at his most effective moments when he is working with people that he respects both in technology or real estate. He enjoys real estate because developmental stages are all unique and fascinating.
About entrepreneurial productivity
Arthur’s greatest challenge in his life as an entrepreneur has been balancing critical thinking and drive. He has tried many startups in the course of his career, and even though quite a number did not bear fruit, he learned a lot.
Arthur studied at the Bennington College from 1969 to 1972 where he graduated with a degree in business administration. He then attended the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth between 1973 and 1974. https://www.linkedin.com/in/arthur-becker-1547a134