The founder of Talk Fusion, Bob Reina, recently did an interview with one of Florida’s prominent morning television shows. Bob talked about how people can become partners with Talk Fusion. This partnership costs less than $20 a month, and any business owner can get started within minutes. Bob explained that after signing up for Talk Fusion the business owner will be sent an instruction manual. This manual will show business owners how to upload their videos to the Talk Fusion database, which every business owner will have his/her own database and website provided by Talk Fusion. Talk Fusion also suggests different types of artwork and designs, depending on the type of business using the platform.
Bob Reina also explained how every business owner will receive marketing instructions on how to send their videos out to their customers. If this is not good enough, Talk Fusion has marketing representatives available seven days a week and all hours of the day. This marketing team can answer any question in regards to how to use the software to its max and how to market a particular business to its max. Using this marketing team comes at no extra cost to the business owner, and business owners are encouraged to contact the marketing team with even the slightest problem.
Bob Reina started Talk Fusion with the purpose of connecting business owners with their clients on a deeper level. Bob always enjoyed sending videos to family and friends via email. However, Bob would usually have to send two to three emails to allow a person to see the entire video. He knew in his heart and mind there had to be an easier way.
Bob Reina gathered together a team of web professionals and created Talk Fusion, and they have been in business for a decade now. Talk Fusion allows business owners to make large videos and condense them in size so the entire video can be shared in one email. Learn more: https://talkfusion.com/en
Mike Baur is a businessman turned entrepreneur. After earning a Master’s of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Rochester and an Executive MBA from the University of Berne, Mr. Baur began a career in banking and worked in several Swiss Private Banks. He began his career at the apprentice level and through hard work and determination to succeed; he worked his way up the banking ladder to executive board member, where he remained for several years, including Clariden Leu and Sallfort.
Baur left the banking industry after more than 20 years and began investing in start-up companies. He was effective as a supporter for assisting entrepreneurs out of the gate and onto the road of success, but he decided he could offer a solid and more professional entrepreneurial program through an established accelerator entity.
At age 39, Baur put on his entrepreneurial hat and founded the Swiss Start-up Factory (SSUF) with two business partners, Oliver Walzer and Max Meister, in 2014. The goal of the SSUF is to provide talented, young, thriving digital entrepreneurs in Switzerland a platform that offers guidance through a business driven process and environment with ambitious goals and the appropriate milestones to measure achievement.
The SSUF, through Mike Baur’s business and entrepreneurial savvy and guidance has become the number one privately financed and independent start-up accelerator in Switzerland. Mr. Baur not only supports a variety of Swiss start-ups financially, but as a mentor to the youths that participate. He gives them the benefit of his experience and adds a great deal of encouragement for good measure.
The SSUF holds a three month accelerator program where the Factory provides coaching, mentoring and financial assistance, as well as office space in downtown Zurich and access to an investor and entrepreneurial network with a variety of like minded individuals who can share experience and connections. The program gives the participants a solid foundation of business experience that will help them all set ambitious goals and succeed in achieving them.
At the beginning of 2016, Baur was named managing deputy director for CTI Invest when SSUF entered into a partnership with CTI. Baur also was the leader for SSUF through an accelerator program with Goldback Group and formed a partnership with Fintech Fusion in 2016.