Timothy Mardis

Harvest, Alabama, US

Cofounder and CEO of XUBIFIT, a communication platform for those seeking health through fitness
Timothy's Skills
Business Development
Public Relations

About Timothy

For nearly 30 years my life was the Food & Beverage business. I managed, owned and operated bars, pubs, restaurants and nightclubs across the nation before one day realizing that my your, 3-year old son literally did not know who I was. Within a matter of weeks, I sold everything and was given the opportunity to be the father I had always wanted to be.

A few months later I created VentureLogix Business Solutions, a small-business consulting firm. I received a call one day from an individual requesting my help with a business plan for a commercial janitorial business. My research uncovered the truth about just how toxic chemicals are, and the effects these chemicals have on people, pets and planet. Within a couple of weeks, I created Maid Green, a non-toxic alternative to household and commercial cleaning.

In 2016, I began creating XUBIFIT. Time, convenience and costs are the top three hurdles people face when trying to live healthier. XUBIFIT is the low cost, flexible alternative conduit that removes the hurdles that keep so many from becoming fit. Home, office or gym, get fit anywhere, any time with your very own personal trainer.


Personal Information:
First and foremost, I am a father, and a husband. I am also a personal trainer, entrepreneur, author, and I am always searching for new ways in which to improve the quality of life for others.

2011: Recipient of the highly coveted “Body-for-LIFE” transformation championship for men 46+

Business Information:
With more than 25 years of entrepreneurial drive and business acumen, I feel that my talents are too vast to list, but here are a few.

Extremely motivated professional with a strong background in management and leadership.

Proven track record as an innovative leader who is adaptable, responsible and trustworthy.

Exceptional analytical, problem solving, and communication skills.


• Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail. - Ralph Waldo Emerson