CEOCFO magazine recently had a sitdown with the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Talk Fusion, Bob Reina to discuss his success with the company, as well as his constant yearning to transform the people in his large circle into extraordinary businessmen. Talk Fusion was founded by Bob Reina in 2007 after he had a vision in 2004 that completely transformed the way businesses communicate with their consumers, while also transforming his unique idea into a worldwide powerhouse. Years after retiring from his longtime career as a police officer, Bob Reina decided that he would purchase a home in North Carolina, and it was during this time that he had a vision about the power of video media, and the way that it would eventually change the business world forever. Mr. Reina decided that if he could combine this powerful format with the ever-growing email medium, he could revolutionize the usage of communication throughout the entire world; a goal that was, at the time, impossible with the limited technology offered through companies such as America Online. In just a few years, video email was created and his company, Talk Fusion, was up and running. Bob Reina credits the experience he acquired while working as a police officer as a major asset for his success in the business world due to the fact that it taught him to always stay on his toes, while constantly employing a forward-thinking mindset. Since its inception, Bob Reina’s yearning to empower the people he works with has been a central asset to the fabric of Talk Fusion, and he has even coined a phrase to define this which he calls “Servant Leadership.” Mr. Reina continues to lead by example, employing his concept of Servant Leadership throughout his company and with his many independent associates.
The Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Talk Fusion, Bob Reina has a significant amount of success with his company, Talk Fusion, and because of this had dedicated a large part of his life to philanthropic efforts. Over the years he has made many charitable contributions, including donating to an orphanage in Indonesia, as well making a $1 million dollar contribution to the Humane Society of Tampa Bay. Learn more: