Arthur Becker is a tech and real estate investor. He enrolled in Bennington College where he studied and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Administration. He then proceeded to the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. In 2002, he joined Navisite, an affiliation of Spectrum Enterprise and the largest provider of enterprise-class, managed applications, and cloud-enabled services. He served as the CEO of the company. In addition, Arthur served as a board member of the company and left in 2010. His 8-year commitment with this tech company marked a milestone in his career. Presently, Arthur is the CEO and chairman of the Zinio Company, the world’s largest digital magazine producer and distributor according to NY Mag.
Zinio has innovative applications on different platforms such as Windows, Kindle, IOS, and Android where it has online newsstands. The company helps digital magazine publishers to reach out to consumers. They help customers to experience the best digital magazine market through Zinio’s publishing services, which are built on the most advanced and updated technology. Zinio is the most extensive digital magazine since the magazines are available in 30 different languages. Becker is also the managing director of Madison Technology Group and Atlantis Investors Company. See, https://www.bloomberg.com/profiles/people/5526418-arthur-p-becker
Mr. Becker has an extensive background in real estate investment. He invests in lucrative properties with the aim of making profit in future. According to the NY Daily News, his deep and successful involvement in the industry has earned him a place among the top ten investors in New York City. His recent investments have targeted 10 Sullivan Street where he secured three Soho Townhomes. Becker acquired the townhomes in exchange of his stake in another condo development.
The townhomes, which are 30, 40 and 50 block of the same building, are strategically located. Their prices are expected to appreciate once they are completed. The investment is among the four homes that Madison Equities and Property Markets Group constructed. Although Arthur did not close the amount that he invested in the townhomes, The Deal reported that $15 million in cash and $5 million in mortgage was shelled out. According to reports, Becker has infused a profit of $ 500 million in the New York Real Estate through Atlantic Investors LLC, his own investment firm.