Talk Fusion was established by CEO Bob Reina back in 2007 as a solution to the ever growing video marketing world. Reina accurately predicted just how important the video marketing industry would become and it has been this foresight that has led him to so much success. Talk Fusion’s growth has been in large part to Reina’s ability to constantly innovate and, within that innovation, give back to the communities that are in need or have supported him. Today let’s talk about how Bob Reina is turning Talk Fusion into one of the premier philanthropic companies in the world.
There are many different ways to give back to the needy, especially when you run a company as successful as Talk Fusion. We believe that one of Reina’s biggest accomplishments was his ability to blend giving back with doing business and that’s what brings us to the topic of our focus: the Talk Fusion Charity Account. The Talk Fusion Charity Account is a new offering that is available through the Talk Fusion website. The charity account is modeled after Talk Fusion’s popular ‘custom monthly plan’ and it comes with all of the same features: Live Meetings, Video Newsletters, Video Email, and Video Chat. The big difference here is that the charity account can be tied to a charity of choice, chosen by the associate who makes the account deal.
Stepping away from Talk Fusion as an entity we can analyze Bob Reina as a person. Bob Reina firmly believes in the core thought, “With great success comes greater responsibility.” Reina knows how important his work with Talk Fusion is and he furthermore knows how important it is that he gives back to those less fortunate. It is this mindset and this maturity that has brought Reina to donating to numerous endeavors. Reina has already signed a record breaking $1 million check to the Humane Society of Tampa Bay, to start things off. Reina has also given to Indonesian orphanages, tsunami relief funds, and even relief funds for victims of the Nepal earthquake — among many other charities that are out there.