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Bob Reina: The Man You Have Been Waiting For

One of the most interesting things about Bob Reina and trust me, there are many, is the fact he is a former police officer. Police officers are known for being empathetic, kind, and generous to other people. They have seen a lot, heard a lot, and they carry a lot with them. Because of this, they have a unique set of skills that separates them from most people. In the case of Bob Reina, founder and CEO of Talk Fusion, it makes him uniquely qualified for his job. He knows what to expect out of life. He has seen the very best of it and the very worst of it.

 

It is why he is such a champion for the little guy. Now, keep in mind, in Bob Reina’s eyes and my eyes, they are not the little guys. Other people see them as the underdog or the little guy. They have big hearts, big goals, and big dreams. They want to go out there and make them happen without anything standing in their way such as a job they hate along with a rude boss. They want to overcome all of that. In fact, in many ways, they can use it as a chip on their shoulder.

 

I recently heard a great expression, “If you let other people define your worth, you’ll end up on the clearance rack.” It is true. Bob Reina has always allowed his co-workers and the people that use Talk Fusion, the video communications provider, to be themselves. After all, why should they try to be anyone else? Bob Reina is himself and Bob Reina is a great person. Now, he would never come out and say that because he is humble, kind, and generous. However, he is more than willing to help out in any way that he can.

 

As a matter of fact, right now, Talk Fusion has 30-day free trials for new customers that are looking to try out the product for the very first time. They will be amazed and in awe at what they discover when they use the product. It is that good.

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Glen Wakeman a Veteran Financial Services Executive

Glen Wakeman established a SAAS company, LaunchPad Holdings in 2015 where he currently serves as the CEO. With the experience of more than 20 years in the financial industry, he rightly suits this role. Mr. Wakeman also has a vast of experience working in several major institutions including Nova Four (he was the co-founder and president), Doral Financial Corporation (served as the president and CEO). Additionally, he also worked at Doral Bank where he served as the chairman of the board, worked at GE where he held the position of CEO after he was considered a role model in Growth Leadership by the company’s board of directors. Doral Financial Corporation is the parent company of Doral Bank and is the largest lender in Puerto Rico. (Doral Financial Corporation Names Glen Wakeman President)

Wakeman is also regarded as an entrepreneur and a mentor in his lengthy career as he has transformed businesses with &15 billion in assets and more than 15,000 staff members. One of his many works has also included guidance in new market entry, M&A s, Startups, divestitures and exponential growth among others. He has a passion for building businesses by improving individual agility and the company employing the proven methodologies that assess several dimensions of performance: leadership and risk management, governance, human capital, and execution.

Wakeman also being a writer and an investor has enabled him share and provide insights in his blog posts on matters relating to strategy, emerging markets, international financial matters and more. Presently, he counsels Sitter Bees and Dreamfunded and has also assisted several C-level executives as he is a great mentor in the business world.

Glen Wakeman has lived and worked in several countries including Brazil, Mexico, United Kingdom, United States, and Argentina. He additionally controls operations in 30 different countries and is globally recognized as a mentor to many business people in the field. Glen Wakeman has mainly played in positions of increasing responsibility in business development, regional management, general management, operations, and technology as well.

Glen Wakeman Graduated from the University of Scranton with a Bachelors degree in Economics. He also holds an MBA from the University of Chicago.

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Facebook Messenger Begins Testing For Business Ads

Facebook is well known for keeping in touch with family and friends and for sharing funny videos. The test to integrate ads into Facebook’s Messenger has begun. The company has said that it will launch its characteristics as a small test in Thailand and Australia, which will for the first time allow businesses to have their ads placed on the Messenger home screen. This style of advertising entails a large thumbnail image followed by a text and a link of the same. These ads will appear below recent conversations.

 

The link will be able to direct users on taking different actions like clicking to learn more about the service or the business in question. This action is similar to the way that Facebook business pages today can directs users to start a chat.

 

Currently, the ads sit on a huge space on the home screen, which is below your favorites and up above the section that shows which friends are online. This feature about the Messenger makes it less user-friendly since you will have to scroll way past the large ads which you may not be interested in.

 

Facebook has, however, promised that the ads will not appear in conversations not unless the user clicks on the ad itself or chooses to start a chat with the brand being advertised. This will make it more convenient for its users.

 

Generally, businesses have been waiting for this moment for a long time when they can use the Messenger platform to reach to their customers and increase their sales easily, gain brand awareness and increase interaction with customers. It is clearly an exciting feature for them as it will lead to growth for their respective businesses.