You don’t have to be a social media guru to know that the internet has become the next great place where businesses battle for customers. Companies like Talk Fusion, founded by CEO Bob Reina, make that endeavor easier for everyone involved. Talk Fusion was created in response to the burgeoning advertising market made possible by video usage on the internet. Reina saw that the market was exploding and knew that he had to get involved in order to stake his claim. Now, after more than ten years in the business, Reina and the team at Talk Fusion are standing above the rest. Reina took time out of his busy schedule in order to contribute his experiences to the Huffington Post.
Bob Reina and the Huffington Post have a relationship that is actually more than just recent. Reina has been contributing to the Huffington Post for the better part of the past 18 months. As a contributor Reina has shared stories about his insight into the market, focusing largely on tech trends, lifestyle, video marketing, and self-development. Reina also penned a pair of columns in order to help the Huffington Post welcome in their new re-branding effort to their new name, HuffPost. Learn more: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/author/bobreinatalkfusion-704
The HuffPost is a brand change that seeks to focus on those who feel like their voices are being minimized in the greater expanse of the world. Editor Lydia Polgreen says that their goal is to tell all of the stories of people who “have been left out of the conversation.” Polgreen’s words were more than just lip service and Bob Reina backed them up with enthusiasm when asked to comment about the brand reformation. Reina says, “I’m a firm believer in the art of innovation. A brand’s growth is never complete.” Learn more: https://www.linkedin.com/company/talk-fusion-corporate
Bob Reina knows through his work that innovation is the lifeblood to long term success with a company. Reina says, “As a leader and a philanthropist, my goal is always to set people up to succeed.” His words echo the ones spoke by the team at the HuffPost and we bet they will continue to collaborate in the future as a result. Learn more: https://www.engadget.com/2016/12/02/does-the-talk-fusion-app-live-up-to-the-hype/
Marc Sparks is the ideal entrepreneurs’ entrepreneur as in if you were to look up the term “serial entrepreneur” in the dictionary the face next to it would be that of Sparks. Sparks has tried to launch many different programs since his graduation back in 1975. Some of those have gone on to do brilliantly while others have turned out to be completely disastrous. However, Sparks chalks it up the plans God has for him in life, and he believes that his successes and failures were part of God’s plan. It’s the only way that makes sense to Sparks to justify his overall success. Otherwise, how does a simple high-school kid from Texas sell $100s millions worth or products? To Marc Sparks, there is no other explanation than the will and grace of God. Learn more: http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/entrepreneur-marc-sparks-transforms-office-to-optimize-innovative-collaboration-300024747.html
Outside of his entrepreneurial work Mark Sparks has a heart as big as his passion for business (http://sparktankdfw.com/). Sparks is active in countless charities and donates his time and money to many causes near to him. His foremost cause is a homeless shelter in Texas called the Samaritan’s Inn which been aiding since the late-1980s. People get a hand-up here not a hand-out. Sparks says the place houses about 160 people every single night from homelessness, and the average person stays about 5 months. They also have to turn away at least 75 people a week who want into the program and can’t make it in because the resources just aren’t there. It breaks his Sparks heart to tell anyone “no” and he wants to continue to grow the program till they never have to turn someone away again. Sparks favorite part is seeing people “graduate” the program and then go on to succeed in their lives. It’s humbling and tear-jerking for him every time someone comes back a year on and shows how well they are able to do for themselves. Learn more: http://thebrotalk.com/bro-recommendations/dallas-entrepreneur-marc-sparks-spills-must-visit-list-wineries-dfw/
Marc Sparks also has a burning passion to help through the charity Habitat for Humanity where he actively helps build homes for people who are less fortunate. Sparks himself has worked on over 12 new homes for families. Sparks also participates in the American Can! Academy which is a magnet school system for underprivileged children. Sparks has donated enough money to buy over 1,000 BRAND NEW computers for the schools to help the children learn and grow! Sparks is a man whose heart is as big as his pocketbook!