We’re looking forward to seeing you at Fruits in Suits® tonight. We kick off at 6:00 pm. We have Greg Jennings the Head of Workplace at Beyond Blue joining us & Ellis Hall providing entertainment.

Greg Jennings the Head of Workplace at Beyond Blue; an independent, not-for-profit organisation that provides information and support to help everyone in Australia achieve their best possible mental health.

Greg is responsible for Beyond Blue’s Workplace Program. His current portfolio includes engaging with the workplace community, developing initiatives for priority demographics – like Police and Emergency Service personnel and the small business community – and leading policy and evaluation initiatives for the program. Greg is also responsible for managing headsup.org.au, a website providing practical advice about building mentally healthy workplaces.

Greg has extensive experience in workplace education and behavioural change and has qualifications in Economics and Social Sciences from the University of Sydney; Policy and Applied Social Research from Macquarie University; and Behavioural Science from the London School of Economics. He is passionate about building capability in the workplace community to promote positive mental health, prevent ill-health, and support those who have a mental health condition.

ZOOM links will be emailed to all ticket holders no later than 5:00pm Thursday 20th August.

Your Thursday night entertainer, Ellis Hall 

Ellis is a 22 -year-old Australian who moved here with his family when he was 3 years old.

Growing up in Sydney Australia’s, Northern Beaches, Ellis’ music influence comes from R&B, soul and singer songwriters such as Ed Sheeran, John Mayer, Cold Play, Stevie Wonder and 1975.

Adding to this, Ellis has grown up with a family that taught him the joy of music. Ellis’s first live concert was the music legends, Steely Dan.

Ellis was fortunate enough to go backstage and meet Ed Sheeran – Ed inspired Ellis to learn guitar and to do what he loves – music.

  • Ellis has had the experience of being on 3 reality TV music shows.
  • Ellis studied vocals and guitar at The Australian Institute of Music (AIM).
  • Ellis is performing 6 times a week at pubs, clubs, weddings and corporate events.
  • Ellis’ largest live performance to date was to 10,000.
  • Ellis was a guest vocalist at 2018 Byron Bay’s Bluesfest appearing on all 4 main stages,
  • Ellis’ new band Loretta have a new track Come Over which at time of writing has been streamed 1,000,000 times