Bob Reina, businessman and heart of gold
Founder and CEO of Talk Fusion, Bob Reina sat down for an interview with inspirery.com to learn more about this powerhouse of an entrepreneur.
When asked what inspired him to start his business was simple. He felt limited by the time in his day and the money he was making. He had an ah-ha moment when a guy told him about the network marketing industry. Later Bob wanted to send a short video to family through AOL and could not. Then and there he saw his niche of a business. He makes money by helping other’s succeed. He also likes the direct selling aspect of Talk Fusion. When asked when he started making money with his business he replayed that it took some time. It was difficult at first and his paycheck was very small. Once he figured out a winning strategy, it was on. What makes this man successful? A dream and passion. If you want it bad enough you will go to the moon and back for it. What is Bob Reina’s most satisfying moment in business? To watch others achieve their goals. Bob Reina is looking forward to developing Talk Fusion University. It is a free educational program for his associates to make their businesses blow up. What recent purchase has helped Bob with his business? It’s not really a purchase, but the investments that they made to help associates grow their businesses is amazing. This CEO and businessman is looking forward to all the advancements and technology that the future has to offer, not only for himself, but the countless associates that work for his company.
Bob Reina is an inspiring entrepreneur that stops at nothing to helps others. He is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Talk Fusion. It is an all-in-one video marketing solution for businesses and individuals alike. It’s the world first and was founded in 2007. Talk Fusion is doing business in over 140 around the globe.
Bob Reina has 20 plus years in marketing experience and is a former police officer. He even has a soft spot for animals. The Humane Society of Tampa Bay elected him, along with Allison Roberts, to the Board of Directors