Fibernetics, Canada’s telecommunications and technology company, is proud to announce that its President, John Stix, has been chosen to give the closing address at the Toronto Agile Community Conference 2015.

The Toronto Agile Community presents the 7th Annual Agile Conference at the Hilton Toronto on Tuesday, October 20th. This popular conference has sold out each year, providing attendees and sponsors with numerous opportunities to benefit from this lively, informative and interactive event.

Toronto Agile Community organizer, Michael Sahota, said, “We are delighted to have John speaking at our conference about how he is getting workers engaged and happy to come to work. His passion and energy are key reasons we wanted him to deliver a closing address – so people get excited enough to make some real change happen. Valuing people is not just nice – it’s good business. And John leads the way.”

The focus:
• The power of living a life of deep appreciation
• Why a greater degree of acceptance of self and others makes all the difference
• The life altering practice of expressing gratitude
• The high cost of a negative attitude
• The rewards of adopting a chain reaction lifestyle

The theme of this year’s conference is The Agile Workplace. Tickets are available here: Toronto Agile Community Conference 2015.

About John Stix:
An entrepreneur in both telecommunications and marketing, John has taken start-ups to enterprise level organizations. In 2014, John turned his focus to corporate culture and created and deployed his “I’m in!” culture initiative. John’s success at instilling the “I’m in!” culture in Fibernetics has motivated him to bring it to other organizations. As a public speaker, he is working with companies and organizations both large and small focusing on increasing workplace happiness and employee engagement through an improved working environment. John mentors entrepreneurs with both Fibernetics Ventures and Communitech, helping guide the next generation of business leaders to bring world changing products and services to market. For more, please visit

About Fibernetics:
Headquartered in Cambridge, Ontario, Fibernetics goes “Beyond Telecom” by providing superior products and services at the fairest prices to the Canadian marketplace with a singular focus on customer service in everything they do. Selected as a regional finalist in the Canada’s Best Managed Companies program for 2014, Fibernetics has its own national infrastructure that delivers a full range of voice and data services for residential customers through Worldline and for business clients with the NEWT Business Phone System and Business Internet. Twitter: @fibernetics

Media Inquiries:
John Stix – Fibernetics President