Talk Fusion’s Bob Reina Introduces World to Live Meetings Software

The push for innovation within the video marketing field is cutthroat and always moving forward. That is why companies like Talk Fusion rarely take a break between announcing new marketing solutions and starting to work on their new ones. Learn more about Bob Reina: and

Talk Fusion is a video marketing and communication solutions company based out of Tampa, FL and they have been in the industry for almost a decade now.

Bob Reina founded the company and has been the CEO ever since. He came up with his first product, the Video Email application, over a decade ago and since then things have continually looked up.

Now, Talk Fusion is in the news for their work on the updated edition of their Live Meetings application.

Live Meetings, as explained by Bob Reina, is a new piece of software that can fundamentally change the way that large companies approach networking via video.

The Live Meetings application is developed on an WebRTC system which means that users don’t have to have special software, add-ons, or downloadable content in order to join the video feed. Live Meetings can handle up to 500 viewers at a time while up to 15 hosts rotate in and out as the lead in the conferencing session. The application was developed for tablets, PC’s, and smartphones and is as accessible as you could want it to be.

The pull for Live Meetings, again as explained by Bob Reina, is that it reduces the friction between users and the message that a company may be trying to pass on.

Rather than having users fight with software or odd interfaces, they are merely directed toward a clickable link that’ll work across brands and devices on a number of different platforms. Giving companies the ability to easily and seamlessly share this kind of video is a success story that not many companies can tout.

Talk Fusion is coming off of a remarkable year with their other products, including their award-winning Video Chat application.

Bob Reina and Talk Fusion CTO Ryan Page are always pushing their work to the next level and Live Meetings no doubt encapsulates that effort.

Trade Relations Impactful With Daniel Taub As Israeli Ambassador

Israeli Ambassador, Daniel Taub, is leaving trade relations between Israel and the United Kingdom in a much more equitable and bountiful state than it was when he originally was assigned to the position 4 years ago; as it’s recently been announced that he’s resigning as the Israeli Ambassador of the UK.


Daniel Taub’s 4 year tenure as an Israeli Ambassador of the UK saw the trade between Israel and the UK double, creating a more established relationship strengthened through academics, businesses and a blend of both cultures. Deemed as the “golden era” by British Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills Sajid Javid, when he was speaking at the British Israeli Business Awards, Israeli businesses in the UK have increased to more than 300 and the annual bilateral trade has risen to over $5.5 billion, according to the Israel-Britain Chamber of Commerce.


Experience on the job is unmeasurable, as Taub reflects on one particular key learning moment, where he traveled to Northern Ireland with a Palestinian comrad, serving as a peacemaker.


Another instance occurred in 2012, where Taub sensed tension and potential hostility brewing on college campuses throughout Britain, due to an impending boycott of Israel. Taub spoke out in attempt to calm the quarrels, hoping that, “that every view, including those supportive of Israel, can be expressed freely and without fear of intimidation.”


In 2014, Bradford representative to the parliament, George Galloway, proclaimed the city was an “Israel-free zone”. In response, Taub courageously visited Bradford, showing solidarity among British citizens who felt that Galloway’s comment was not true and morally unjust.


Taub was born in the UK and had been UK’s Israeli Ambassador since 2011. Learn more:


Born in 1962, Daniel Taub is also known for being an Israeli diplomat, international lawyer and writer. Graduating from the University College in Oxford, the University College in London and Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government, Daniel Taub has worked in several legal and diplomacy positions. Taub has served in the Israel Defense Forces(IDF) as a combat medic and reserve officer in their international law division, and for the Israeli Foreign Ministry in 1991. Currently, Daniel Taub is the Director of Strategy and Planning at the Yad Hanadiv foundation.