Ellen Burns, founder of We Bar None, speaking at the Young Entrepreneur's Day at Ballarat Tech School. Ellen is on stage pointing to a slide titled "MVP" with people sitting around tables watching.

Ellen loves speaking to other entrepreneurs, business owners, students, or those interested in starting their own business.

She is experienced in speaking to groups of all sizes, and offers one-on-one mentoring via video chat, phone, or face-to-face meetings (limited to Ballarat).

Her areas of expertise are starting up a small business, running a sustainable and ethical business, health and nutrition, product development, brand development, and social media.

If you are interested in booking Ellen for a speaking engagement or event, click here.

If you are interested in one-on-one mentoring, click here.

We Bar None is also able to provide catering options for your event or workshop, to complement Ellen’s session.
Please register your interest in catering to receive our wholesale information and catering rates.

 

Testimonial from Ballarat Grammar School:

“Thank you so very much for your generosity today! Your presentation was engaging, relevant, and informative. And as gauged by the questions being asked, your interesting speech was perfectly pitched for our young people. You challenged the audience and made us think. Thank you for being a fitting International Women’s Day presenter.”

 

Testimonial from Ballarat Tech School:

“Your presentation was spot on and well targeted towards the interests and needs of the girls, who were able to relate to your school experiences and then see a career path that is real and possible. Your positive comments and feedback for each of the teams presenting their product design ideas were kind, specific and useful. This enabled the girls to see where they had hit the mark and where they could enhance their ideas.”

 

Testimonial from mentee:

“Ellen has been an ally for my solo, female-led business. Open and honest about her journey, Ellen has been so helpful in navigating starting and running a business. Ellen fosters community with fellow women in business and those in her local community, which naturally paves the way for opportunities and connections to develop.”