In a recent sit-down with CEOCFO Magazine, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Talk Fusion, Bob Reina discussed his company, as well as his unwavering motivation for elevating his employees to incredible heights. This initial vision has remained unchanged since day one and remains at the core of the entire Talk Fusion movement. In 2004, years after Bob Reina had retired as a police officer, he was searching for a home in North Carolina, and he realized how the video medium would eventually change the way that people communicate with each other around the world. Mr. Reina realized that by combining video and email, a feat that was impossible at the time utilizing avenues such as America Online would create a new and unique way for which entrepreneurs and business owners could communicate with their audiences and vice versa. It was around this time that Mr. Reina decided to delve into the world of direct selling as a full-time occupation. Envisioning a way in which video email would be a seamless method of communication, he went on to create Talk Fusion. Mr. Reina sites his career as a police officer as one of the main contributors for his success with Talk Fusion, being that it caused him to be on his toes at all times, constantly looking to the future and planning his next step. Throughout the development of his company, Mr. Reina has come to realize that he has created a niche market in which any person, regardless of background or education, can reach and exceed their goals, eventually becoming their own boss, setting their own hours. Today, Bob Reina sites his passion for helping people around the world as the greatest provider for the success of Talk Fusion.
Today, Bob Reina is the Chief Executive Officer of the flourishing company, Talk Fusion, helping to extend its operations to 140 countries around the world. Mr. Reina has over 20 years of experience in relationship marketing, and aside from building the Talk Fusion empire, has contributed to various charitable organizations around the world, including the Humane Society of Tampa Bay, and an Indonesian orphanage.