Why Bob Reina Believes Talk Fusion Has Done Well

Bob Reina is always on the move in video marketing, and it’s been a field he’s passionate about and often writes about at the HuffPost and sometimes MarTech Advisor (http://www.martechadvisor.com/author/bob-reina/). Reina sat down with Inspirery and discussed what Talk Fusion means. He said the company doesn’t merely service small businesses but has also helped many bigger companies. He said what makes Talk Fusion special is that they value helping people make money just as much as making their own profits, which is why the company has used multilevel marketing as its model. He also says its helpful to get started with marketing products from within your own circle of friends as he did with friends from the police department. Learn more: http://inspirery.com/bob-reina/

Bob Reina always wanted to help people as part of his profession, which is why he started out as a Tampa police officer. But he later felt the disappointments of the job because of the long shifts and time away from his family, so he left and began to explore starting a business through direct selling. Most of the companies he started with ended up dissolving down the road, so he decided to do something different. In 2004 while on vacation, he found a need for being able to send videos through email, and three years later he and his friend Jonathan Chen came up with a program for that. Reina and Chen soon had video email software using WebRTC technology and that became Talk Fusion.

Today Talk Fusion has emails, newsletters, conferencing and a chat app that are all a part of its subscription. Talk Fusion associates sell the products and earn commission, and if they are very successful doing so they might earn a free luxury vacation or brand new expensive car. Talk Fusion now has free trials for the programs that don’t even need a credit card to use. Bob Reina has been a philanthropist as well as part of the Tampa community animal rescue and shelter societies, and he’s wanted Talk Fusion to help groups like those. Talk Fusion associates can now give a premium Talk Fusion account to any charity they want as part of this program.

Philanthropy Initiatives Of Tony Petrello To Discover Treatments For Neurological Diseases

Philanthropist and executive leader, Tony Petrello has devoted his life to financially support the Jan and Dan Duncan Neurological Research Institute (NRI). He became a devoted supporter after his daughter Carena was diagnosed with PVL (periventricular leukomalacia) after her birth.

Anthony Petrello and his wife Cynthia have donated millions of dollars to Texas Children’s Hospital in hope of finding effective treatments. Texas Children’s Hospital is the only medical institution in the United States to focus on research studying the brain of children. The most recent charitable giving the Petrello family pledged was to NRI, a research institute affiliated with Texas Children’s.

Tony Petrello and the family pledged $7 million to the Jan and Dan Duncan NRI, donating $5 million in cash at the time. He and Cynthia Petrello relied on the medical services of Texas Children’s Hospital to care for Carena who also has developmental problems. The Neurological Research Institute opened in 2010, making it the seventh year studying pathogenesis of neurological disease in children and developing treatments. In 2007, the Petrello and Duncan families donated $50 million, collectively, to work on the formation and opening of the Jan and Dan Duncan Neurological Research Institute.

Tony Petrello presently is a member of the Board of Trustees at Texas Children’s Hospital, and serves as Director. NRI is the first research center to open in the U.S. devoted to discovering treatments for childhood neurological diseases. Mr. Petrello serves as Chief Executive Officer and President of Nabors Industries Ltd, an American oil and gas fleet rigs and drilling company. He also serves as Chairman on the Board of Directors and oversees the company’s overall operations. His expertise in the oil and gas industry includes operational functions, executive leadership, and strategic planning.