Arthur Becker is the CEO and Chairman of Zinio Holdings LLC. Zinio’s corporate headquarters is in New York City. They have offices in San Francisco, London, Barcelona, and Ho Chi Minh City. Zinio is the world’s largest digital magazine producer and distributor. ZinioPro converts print magazines to digital content through the SaaS platform. The SaaS platform converts PDF to XML. This allows publishers the opportunity to deliver the content via magazine applications for smart phones, tablets or desktop. Zinio operates online news stands for consumers. It provides magazines in more than thirty languages.
According to Curbed, Arthur Becker was previously the CEO of NaviSite. NaviSite is a NASDAQ quoted company. NaviSite provided technology and application management services as well as data center and application management to United States and United Kingdom customers from 2002-2010. NaviSite was acquired in 2011 by Time Warner. Arthur Becker has been a private investor in technology and real estate since the sale. Prior to his employment with NaviSite, Arthur Becker was a Vice Chairman from 2000-2003 for Clearblue Technologies Inc. He was also a senior advisor to the Vera Wang Fashion Company during his marriage to Vera Wang.
In 2011 Arthur Becker started Madison Partners, LLC. Madison Partners, LLC is an investment firm focused on property acquisition and renovations as well as Bio Tech business. During his time at Zinio, Arthur became active in both technology and real estate. He decided to expand his real estate interests and invested in condominium developments in New York City and Miami, Florida. Mr. Becker is currently in the end phase of completing duplex and row homes in New York City on Sullivan Street. Mr. Arthur Becker plans to develope, in Tribeca, a luxury residential condominium. Arthur Becker is also extremely intrigued by Bio-tech, specifically for cancer treatment.
Mr. Becker has admitted to many professional failures but also to learning from those failures and moving forward with some of his best achievements. Sometimes success also requires failure to figure out the right path.
Check out his website arthurbeckerstudio.com