Bob Reina founded Talk Fusion with a vision of helping people go from ordinary to extraordinary. He knew that video would revolutionize the way people and businesses communicate and market their businesses. Bob felt that combining video with email would dramatically change marketing and give businesses exposure in ways like never before. Bob Reina is a retired policeman and the idea of Talk Fusion came to his mind in 2004 when he tried to send a video of a house he was buying in North Carolina to his mom, but it failed to deliver. His service provider at the time said it wasn’t possible. At this moment Talk Fusion was born. His career as a police officer taught him to always stay on your toes and to be a visionary. He applied this to his new career.
Bob Reina founded Talk Fusion in 2007 with the goal of helping people across the world improve their lives. He is dedicated to giving back to the community. He donated one million dollars to the Tampa Humane Society and has provided support to the Indonesian Orphanage. Bob has partners in over 140 countries that contribute to his philanthropy causes.
Talk Fusion was the first all in one video video marketing service. The company offers dynamic ways to marketing for its clients to stand out from the competition, increase sales and profits. The products are marketed person to person and offer a 30 day free trial. No credit card or financial information is required.
Bob came from humble beginnings and struggled working several jobs before graduating from the University of South Florida. He finished top in his class at the police academy. He always had an entrepreneurial spirit and began working part time in direct marketing. He eventually gave up his steady career to focus on his dream as an entrepreneur (http://www.forbes.com/sites/quickerbettertech/2010/11/10/talk-really-can-be-cheap/#2924b32c4076). Family and friends thought he was crazy, but it eventually paid off in a big way not only for him, but countless others that he provided opportunities to. Bob is still excited about the trend of online video and feels that it still has enormous potential.