Talk Fusion is one of the premier video marketing and communication companies on the internet today. Talk Fusion was founded back in 2007 by current CEO, Bob Reina. Bob Reina saw a growing market for video communication solutions and he realized that nobody was taking the reigns on the industry. Ten years later Talk Fusion is at the top of their game most recently winning the 2016 Communication Solutions Product of the Year Award. Reina’s success with Talk Fusion has only been one part of his journey — his philanthropic endeavors have been just as important.
Bob Reina has instilled a culture of giving within the confines of Talk Fusion and it is dramatically altering the way that businesses do their job. Philanthropy is a huge part of how a corporation finds success, cultivating goodwill among the community, but Talk Fusion has stepped things up even more. Talk Fusion is being marketed in 140 different countries and now the company is offering a charity account in all of their market areas.
The free charity account is comparable to the premium monthly account that Talk Fusion offers. Talk Fusion’s premium monthly account, and consequently their charity account, offers all of the traditional services that Talk Fusion customers are used to. However, the big difference is that CEO Bob Reina set up the charity account to be attached with a charity of choice, decided by the sales associate.
Outside of his work with Talk Fusion we have seen Bob Reina really turn on the afterburners in his own personal philanthropic endeavors. Reina has given to charities all across the planet and he has even broken a record or two along the way. Reina donated a record breaking $1 million to the Humane Society of Tampa Bay — saving the lives of animals along the way. Reina has also given to important charities and foundations that focus on repairing damage caused by natural disasters: the Nepal earthquake and the Japanese tsunami just to name a pair. Bob Reina believes that great power requires even greater responsibility and we think he’s living up to that phrase.