Bob Reina and Talk Fusion’s mission

Talk Fusion is introducing an updated version of Live Meetings, a computer software that enables real-time communication. The update focuses on a new interface, making use of the WebRTC system. Live Meetings helps people hold oneway videos and video conferences. It will also help provide an easy, seamless way to arrange meeting and presentions, able to support up to 15 hosts with 500 guests. Guests can connect to calls from PC, tablet or smartphone. The updated software has recording technology does not require an additional download. With access through the web, users can have more convenience, improvements in capability, and saves time with no need to have Adobe Flash Player.


Before becoming Talk Fusion’s Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Bob Reina attended and graduated from the University of South Florida and graduated from the top of his police academy class. He would eventually become an entrepreneur, starting out as a part-time associate in direct sales. The idea from Talk Fusion came from touring a home in North Carolina. When he tried to send a video to his family through an AOL email, it was impossible to do so. He called on his IT friend Dr. Jonathan Chen, who would help with the start of their flagship product Video Email, which would involve into Video Marketing Solution. Learn more:


Founded in 2007, Talk Fusion has formed several other marketing products including Video Newsletters, Sign-up Forms, and Video Chat. With Talk Fusion, Bob Reina has also launched a program for his associates that allows them to donate a free account to any charity of their choice. The free charity account is available through the Custom Monthly Plan which includes all of the marketing products listed above. Through Talk Fusion, Bob Reina hopes to help people achieve the goals and live their best lives through his products. He has given to several charities, including a record-breaking $1 million donation to the Humane Society of Tampa Bay and donations, Indonesian orphanages, aid for the Nepal earthquake crisis, volunteering for the less fortunate and victims of the Japanese tsunami. He has provided aid in over 140 countries.






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