Talk Fusion CEO, Bob Reina Completes An Interview CEOCFO Magazine

Bob Reina now serves as the chief executive officer at communication and marketing company, Talk Fusion. He founded the company back in 2004. Below is a short summary of the interview that Bob Reina conducted with CEOCFO Magazine Senior Editor Lynn Fosse.


One of the first questions asked in the interview was what led Bob Reina to create Talk Fusion. He answered that the moment came in 2004. During the time, Bob Reina was a direct seller for a company full time. He was out looking at properties to buy in North Carolina and wanted to share a video of a property that caught his eye with his family. Bob Reina said he tried to upload a video in an email but said it could not be done.


This led Reina to come up with a bold new idea. He thought about creating a company that would allow people to embed videos in emails to share with their family. This was the spark that eventually led to the founding of Talk Fusion and all of its marketing and communication services it offers today. Learn more:


Another question asked of the businessman by CEOCFO Magazine was how his prior experience as a police officer helped him launch and run his business. Reina says that he was taught as an office to always be on his toes. He was also taught that it does not matter where you are right now, but what matters is where you are going. Such an approach and philosophy has helped make Talk Fusion more competitive and innovative says Bob Reina. He also always plans ahead and looks to the future so that his business does not fall behind new technological developments or trends.


CEOCFO Magazine asked Bob Reina how his company gives back and what he does do encourage giving back. Bob Reina said that Talk Fusion gives people the chance to make a comfortable living and thus give back to their community, wherever they may live. Reina himself gives back by donating money to animal shelters and relief efforts. He also encourages his employees to step up and do the same to help those in need.