Talk Fusion Works To Bring Success To India
Direct selling company and mass marketer for video marketing, Talk Fusion has once again drew attention to the business by expanding their offices to a new corner that they have yet to open in. The new offices, located in New Delhi, India, they are helping the people of India by creating more jobs for the people.
The new location in India is going to serve as a place to provide training and to work as a facility that offers meeting space for the locals that are participating within the company. This global opportunity is going to help so many. The office manager has gone on record stating that with the video capabilities, the users are free to come alive in their video’s.
For those in India, they are working to create a level of success in the country that is considered to be the second largest. The founder of Talk Fusion is behind this confidence as well. Bob Reina believes that if the timing is right, they will be able to create a wave in technology that will be felt around the world, all from the India office.
Bob Reina knows all about success with the award winning program video suite that is aimed at helping other businesses to stand out against other businesses in their category. They want to help others increase sales and to bring in profits where the business may not have done so well in the past. This is working to bring more customers back to the business by offering new and exciting ways to make marketing more appealing to those and to create memorable opportunities for those who are working with Talk Fusion.
Talk Fusion was first established in 2007 by the founder, Bob Reina. He not only believes in the ability to reach more businesses with video platforms but to also give back to those in need. With his help, he has worked to create a charity program that allows others to make donations online with the ability to donate without a cost to them. Bob believes in giving back to others whether it be family, friends or even to animal charities. Learn more: https://www.engadget.com/2016/12/02/does-the-talk-fusion-app-live-up-to-the-hype/