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Talk Fusion Lands Big Industry Award for Video Communication

You don’t have to be within the industry to know that Talk Fusion has become one of the biggest video communication firms on the internet. Talk Fusion was founded by CEO Bob Reina way back in 2007. Reina hadn’t been able to find a platform he believed in so that he could market his products via videos embedded in emails. So Reina did the thing that every entrepreneur should do: he created the service he needed. Now, ten years later Talk Fusion is a hit and they are being awarded for their hard work. Talk Fusion was recently awarded the Communications Solutions Products of the Year Award by the Technology Marketing Corporation.

Rich Tehrani is the CEO of Technology Marketing Corporation and he was the first person to give a shout out to the award winners. Tehrani stated, “It gives me great pleasure to honor the recipients of the 2016 Communications Solutions Products of the Year Award.” Tehrani went on to call Talk Fusion a true leader within the industry and a representative of the “best of the best products and solutions available on the market today.” Tehrani’s words weren’t empty, either, as they came at the behest of Talk Fusion’s coveted Video Chat application.

Talk Fusion received their award thanks to the hard work put forth on the Video Chat application. The Video Chat app was designed to interface multiple people from any mobile device in the world so that they can communicate via video. The Video Chat application can be acquired from the Google Play Store as well as iTunes and can be received completely for free. Not a bad price for something that can be seen as a game changer, right? Talk Fusion on Facebook.

Talk Fusion CEO Bob Reina isn’t one to let a chance to speak highly of his workers go by. Reina said, upon receiving the award, “This is just the beginning. Our talented IT team has big plans for the future.” Reina went on to praise how his team focuses on staying ahead of the curve and ahead of the competition. Looking at the results, we can’t argue with that.

Magnises, McFarland and the New Millennial Business Platform

For millennials in the business world things can take a dreary turn relatively quickly, but Billy McFarland does not think it should be that way. Indeed, so strongly did Mr. McFarland feel about the state of the current of millennials in the workforce in his residency of New York City that he created a business to cater specifically to them, Magnises. Magnises is a membership only organization which is, like it’s creator, based out of West 24th Street, New York City. Once membership is attain all customers will be given a little ebony card made of metal which can be flashed at any of the many businesses and other venues affiliated with Magnises whereupon the card owner will be granted a sizable financial discount on all goods and services at the given establishment as seen in Crunchbase.com.

 

While this might sound quite standard Magnises is far more than just a fancy coupon club. For the benefits of McFarland’s company do not stop with mere discounts, for in addition to the financial slashing, card holders will also be granted instant VIP status which means increased access. Additionally, the card can also be used in conjunction with the Magnises App which lists all of the affiliated business venues and tracks them in real time and lists their location. What this means is that you can easily plan out your calendar such that you never miss a Magnises affiliated event such as a concert, dance or gala. See http://www.businessinsider.com/magnises-unrolls-new-lifestyle-perks-2016-2 for other news.

 

Billy McFarland, a former computer engineer at Bucknell University, explained in a recent interview that the idea for the company came about due to the profligacy of credit cards. Ubiquitous items which people carry with them everywhere and use for financial interactions have a ritualistic quality, especially for millennials, much in the same way cell phones are viewed by most, not as a luxury, but a necessity for business. As such, McFarland gambled on ubiquity and ritual and won big time. Read more here in Wikipedia.com.

 

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