Talk Fusion CEO Bob Reina Contributes to HuffPost

It’s rare in this digital age to see an innovator reach out to share their secrets but Talk Fusion CEO Bob Reina has always been one to buck the norm. Bob Reina founded Talk Fusion back in 2007 due to the lack of video communication firms on the internet. Reina accurately foresaw just how important video communication would be in the burgeoning digital age and he succeeded as a result. Over the past decade we have seen Reina grow his company to larger and larger sizes and now he is sharing his discoveries with the Huffington Post.

 

For the past two years Reina has been an active contributor to the Huffington Post as he’s shared his thoughts and opinions on what it takes to succeed as a company in the digital age. Recently we saw that the Huffington Post decided to rebrand themselves in the wake of the heavy political discourse over the past years’ election. Now the Huffington Post is simply known as HuffPost and they are looking at guys and girls like Bob Reina to become part of their contributing family.

 

In fact, Reina’s voice is so welcome that he released a pair of important articles the night that HuffPost went live with their new brand formation. Reina’s first article of the past week was “Promoting with Purpose: How to Understand Your Audience” and his next article was, “How to Thrive in a Society of Quitters”. Both of these article subjects seem to be very on point and pertinent to HuffPost’s branding renewal. Right now both of Reina’s articles are live on HuffPOst and are being consumed by thousands upon thousands of people.

 

Reina himself had some words for the Huffington Post after making their branding transformation. Reina firmly believes in the concept of innovation. In fact, Reina believes that a brand is never done growing and evolving. Reina says this of his employees, “As a leader and a philanthropist, my goal is always to set people up to succeed, no matter where they are in the world or what their backstory may be.” Strong words that many a company could use to live by.

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