Madison Partners, LCC an investment firm focusing on real estate and Tech ventures has Arthur Becker as the managing member. He was the CEO and chairman at Zinio LCC the world’s biggest digital space which he served from the year 2012 to 2015. Arthur also took a similar role as CEO at NaviSite; an internet technology firm with offices in the UK, US, and India. This position, he took from the year 2002 to 2010. For seven years, Mr. Becker has been a private investor in real estate and technology immediately NaviSite was sold to Time Warner. Out of the sale, Arthur got involved in aapartments constructions in Miami, New York City and Florida. He also has a fascination for Biotech especially in the field of Cancer despite having no training. Arthur’s vision is to make a substantial impact on people’s lives. His schedule is more relaxed and can devote time to complete some projects in New York and preparing to build a luxury residential in Tribeca.

According to Geeks News, through constant networking with other people in the field, his primary expertise is on mobilizing, coordinating and ascribe to rights, design, financing of the actual construction and marketing. He inculcates the habit of thinking critically and the drive for entrepreneurship and is the reason that has made his venture more productive. He recalls his worst job at the Parks Department of a small town at the age of 16 earning $ 1.60 per hour, and he was motivated to work harder. He felt he would have enjoyed a career in investment banking only if he completed his second year of graduate school. Arthur’s advice to everyone is always to be flexible, listen to colleagues and the market. His strategy is to nature talents that share a common vision in the business.

Todd Lubar attended Sidwell Friends School and later Peddie School in New Jersey. He studied speech communication at University of Syracuse. For four years Todd worked in the mortgage industry and now serves as the president of TDL Ventures.

He also worked at Crester Mortgage Corporation and Legacy Financial group. Until 2007 he was the senior vice president at Charter Funding. He always engages with stakeholders and seeks to learn more about emerging issues in his business taking the initiative to mentoring others. His ventures aided the rapid advancement of acquisition, renovation, selling and making money on 200 plus business deals ranging from single family residence to twenty unit multi-family houses.