Bob Reina has a story that can encourage anyone who has an idea to pursue it and make their way to the top of the American dream. He’s the founder and CEO of a video marketing company gaining popularity known as Talk Fusion. Reina’s journey to success at this company came after he made a life-changing decision that few thought would pay off. But through the people he knew and the dedication to help others, Reina has turned Talk Fusion into a million-dollar revenue company.Learn more : http://www.superbcrew.com/talk-fusion-delivers-award-winning-video-communication-products-and-video-marketing-solutions/
Reina told Inspirery that he had gotten into multilevel marketing because he saw it as an opportunity to put his own work in on his own time and not be limited by what his current job as a police officer offered. Most thought it was unwise for him to give up the steady paycheck on the force and join a career where a weekly paycheck wasn’t guaranteed at any time. But he kept believing he was going to find the breakthrough. It came while he was in North Carolina and needed to send videos and was unable to do it through AOL’s email. At that point he knew he could create a video email client that would meet customer needs, so he and Jonathan Chen went to work building this software.
In 2007 Talk Fusion was ready to hit the markets and its video email software along with newsletters and signup forms were bundled into a product suite. Reina says the first people he looked to market his Talk Fusion brand to were police officers he knew from his time on the force, and when they became impressed by the product it started spreading. Reina says he draws the most satisfaction knowing that Talk Fusion has helped people and that the model has helped new associates succeed.
One area Reina started focusing on with Talk Fusion was its philanthropy program. This program allows associates to give a premium account with access to all products to their favorite non-profit group. Reina’s own donations have benefited Tampa, FL charities including humane societies, youth sports, and veterans and law enforcement.