Bob Reina and Talk Fusion Develop Culture of Philanthropy

Talk Fusion CEO and founder Bob Reina has been on a personal mission to change lives ever since the inception of his company back in 2007. Reina got the idea to establish Talk Fusion when he was confronted by the reality that nobody on the market was focused on what he wanted to offer: video based email marketing. Cut forward nearly a decade and Talk Fusion has become one of the biggest fish in the pond — most recently winning a prestigious award for their Video Chat application. Now we’re going to take moment to highlight some of the great things that Reina is doing with his fame and success.

To start off, Bob Reina has always firmly believed in the power of responsibility. If you sat down and discussed philanthropy with Reina you would eventually hear him say, “With great success comes greater responsibility.” This statement, sentiment really, is imbued in everything that Talk Fusion attempts to do. It is the guiding principle by which Bob Reina runs his company. He’s put a focus on developing Talk Fusion as a place where every associate, including himself, gets the chance to spread their wings and focus on philanthropy. We’ll discuss how, starting with their charity account on offer.

Reina launched a free charity account that users can subscribe to by talking with a Talk Fusion associate. This account is essentially the Custom Monthly Plan – it comes with a host of great a features such as the Video Chat, Live Meetings, and the ever popular Video Email. The big difference with this account is that associates can attach it to the charity of their choice, thus making a huge difference with philanthropy in an almost passive way. This is a marked change for Talk Fusion and a great chance for the company to become a social leader in the future.

Bob Reina has also been sure to give back in his personal life as well. He’s an avid giver to the Humane Society of Tampa Bay and he even signed a record breaking $1 million check. Reina also has given to Indonesian orphanages and hosted fundraisers for victims of various natural disasters.

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