Talk Fusion: This Is Their Time

Many people have commented on the success and growth of Talk Fusion, as they are now entering their tenth year of being in business. In year nine, 2016, many people said they had their best year ever. However, if someone were to ask Bob Reina, he is looking for the next big thing and the next best thing. He knows it is not wise to simply look back and bask in the glory of the past. That is how a company falls apart and that is how a company gets into some bad patterns. Bob Reina, the former police officer, is street smart and book smart, which is a deadly combination. Learn more: https://www.engadget.com/2016/12/02/does-the-talk-fusion-app-live-up-to-the-hype/

 

The company in 2016 won two awards from the Technology Marketing Corporation, which is called a media giant in the following link: http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/talk-fusion-video-chat-wins-2016-communications-solutions-product-of-the-year-award-300315095.html?tc=eml_cleartime. When a company is called that, it means something to get an award from them. It is a major accomplishment for the company, and every single employee, no matter how big or small, has had their hand in their success. That is something that makes Bob Reina incredibly proud because this is a team award on every single level. Talk Fusion is the company that truly changes lives. Learn more: https://video-chat.talkfusion.com/

 

They change lives by offering people the chance to do more with them. By winning the 2016 Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award, it shows they are focused on finding solutions for their customers. That is something that means a lot to people out there. In their lives, they are stuck sometimes and they feel like they don’t have a way out in a particular situation, many times job-related. Because of this, they stay at a job and deal with stress. They don’t need to do that anymore because Talk Fusion gives them the accessories to better themselves and start up their own company.

 

There are many successful bloggers out there with videos that really make a living from home. It is still a job, but it doesn’t feel like one because people are able to do what is best for them as opposed to what is best for someone else. Learn more: https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/talk-fusion

 

Whitney Wolfe Opens Bumble Plans To Open Physical Space For Date Meet Ups In New York City

Bumble is a well-known female dating application that plans to open a physical set-up in New York city. As of April 2016, Bumble was ranked as the fourth most popular application for dating purposes based on the monthly users. The female dating application plans to name the allocated space Hive which will be Bumble’s first step to formalize the dating community.

Bumble’s Plans to Open Physical Location

A majority of the dating applications are considered to be a taboo,however, the Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Bumble, Whitney Wolfe, refutes the idea. Bumble plans to open the physical location in order to retain users and help them with their social as well as professional networking. The Hive is set to be open up as an avenue for couples to link up or friends to just pop in. The Hive will also have a series of events that will mainly focus on female entrepreneurship and relationships. The events will be led by Whitney Wolfe and a panel consisting of the Skimm founders, Forbes who will host a Mingle & Mentor session and Drybar who will host style sessions.

The Hive will have a bar and coffee section. Also, Bumble will sell its merchandise and the proceeds will go towards charity. According to Whitney Wolfe, she plans to keep the Hive operational for a month but is open to potentially extend or expand into other cities. The Hive will be located at 158 Mercer Street in Soho. On Thursdays and Fridays, the space will be open between 8am-2pm then from 4pm to 10pm. On Saturday the Hive will be operational from 10am-2pm and 4pm-10pm. On the other hand, on Sunday it will be open throughout from 10am-8pm.

About Whitney Wolfe

Whitney Wolfe holds a major in International Studies from Southern Methodist University. After graduating, she worked in various orphanages in South East Asia. Afterwards, she got a job position at Hatch Labs.

In 2014, Whitney Wolfe was among the 30 Most Important Women listed in the Under 30s Tech category by Business Insider. In 2016, she was listed as one of Women in Tech by Elle. Also in 2017, she was named under Forbes 30 Under 30.

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