Talk Fusion’s CEO Gives Back

When the company Talk Fusion was founded their main goal was to help people and they’ve proven that, immensely. Now the CEO of Talk Fusion, Bob Reina, has decided to help his community even more. Reina is well-known for donating generously to a variety of non-profit organizations. He’s made a record breaking one million dollar donation to The Humane Society of Tampa Bay and even provided monetary support for an Indonesian orphanage.

His recent groundbreaking plan to help communities even further is a plan that will allow associates of Talk Fusion to donate an amount to a charity of their choosing. Reina is no stranger to giving back and he wants those associated with Talk Fusion to incorporate the same mentality into their lives. He gives generously to these charities for one simple reason: to help. With the boosting donations and Talk Fusion’s platform these charities are able to receive help from people who might not have known they existed before. Read more on Crunchbase about Talk Fusion.

Even when Talk Fusion was in its infancy Reina seemed to care only about one factor, how Talk Fusion changed their lives. He sees the impact his company has and has decided to spread that goodness outward. Reina doesn’t take into account if the situation is small like helping family and friends with medical bills or if it’s something bigger such as making personal donations to those who were affected by the Nepal earthquake. This CEO has a big heart and spreads proves his compassion generously.

Talk Fusion is an all-in-one video marketing solution. It provides businesses, big and small, with the opportunity to have video chats, host live meetings, send video newsletters, and much more with their employees or clients. There is no special software to use Talk Fusion’s features, simply emailing a hyperlink will allow attendees to participate in any video chat or to view video memos. Similar to most subscription programs, Talk Fusion offers a 30-day trial, so that you have ample time to use their features and decide if they’re the best fit for you.

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