Talk Fusion has become one of the most prominent video marketing and communications based companies on the internet today. Established by CEO and Founder Bob Reina, Reina has been capably guiding the company toward the future for the better part of the past decade. As the head of the company Reina has utilized his charisma and his knowledge of the business in order to keep his company on the cutting edge of success. Reina has made sure to share that insight in various different places over the years and, most recently, as a guest author on the Huffington Post.
Bob Reina recently made contributions to a newly evolved Huffington Post with a pair of articles: “Promoting with Purpose: How to Understand Your Audience” and “How to Thrive in a Society of Quitters.” Both articles went live in time to herald in the Huffington Post’s new rebranding efforts. The team at Huffington Post decided to refocus their work and take on some of the bigger problems facing the world today and now they are doing it under the auspices of a new name: HuffPost. Learn more: https://www.businessforhome.org/2016/07/talk-fusion-classified-as-triple-a-opportunity/
HuffPost went live on April 24, 2017 with the intrinsic goal of innovating the game and bringing about attention to those that society has left behind and quit paying attention to. HuffPost editor Lydia Polgreen said that their goal was simply, “To tell the stories of people who have been left out of the conversation.” Learn more: https://www.talkfusion.com/en/login
Bob Reina knows a thing or two about innovation and he definitely knows how to get a message out and to the public. Reina weighed in on the branding change by saying, “I’m a firm believer in the art of innovation. A brand’s growth is never complete.” Reina’s experience as a leader at Talk Fusion and an entrepreneur in the tech world has made him uniquely qualified to weigh in on this topic — especially due to the fact that he’s been contributing to the HuffPost for well over a year. Reina went on to say, “I’m very pleased to see that this trending platform took a step back to hone in on the things that matter.”