When CEO Bob Reina first founded Talk Fusion back in 2007 we are almost positive that he didn’t know what his work would become. Talk Fusion was founded as a video marketing company that sought to help companies engage directly with their client base.
Over the years Talk Fusion has grown into one of the biggest companies in their entire market, recently winning the Communication Solutions Product of the Year Award. Behind the successful company, orchestrating everything, was the masterful work of CEO Bob Reina. Reina’s taken his work and pushed it to the next level as he’s become a devoted philanthropic person.
According to Biz Journals, Bob Reina is the kind of guy who knows that his work can be more important when it extends beyond his business. Reina is quick to say, “With great success comes greater responsibility.” That quote could be confused for a line from ‘Batman’ but the sentiment remains heroic even in our real world.
Reina does more than just talk, however, as he also walks the walk. Reina is a devoted giver and that has culminated in his eye popping $1 million donation to the Humane Society of Tampa Bay. The million dollars raised more than a few eyebrows as it became a life saving donation.
Not just focusing on his philanthropy in his personal life, Reina has brought this mindset to the office. Talk Fusion now offers a free charity account that can be acquired by talking to a Talk Fusion associate. This free charity account can be linked to a charity of choice by the associate.
The account comes with all of the great services that Talk fusion customers are used to: award winning Video Chat, Video Email, Live Meetings and more. The charity accoutn is just one aspect of the outreach going on with TalkFusionGivesBack.com.
Bob Reina got the idea for the company back in 2007 when he realized that nobody on the market offered what he needed. Reina had wanted an email client that would allow him to embed videos to be played by his potential customers. Reina knew that video marketing was the future and decided to make the difference himself.