Digital and business advisory firm Escient unveiled its new branding and newly revamped corporate headquarters in Adelaide last week, with customers and partners joining the company's staff.
Co-founder and chief executive Stephen Mabbs said it marks a new era for the company, which now employs 80 staff across Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney.
Pictured: Escient co-founders Stephen Mabbs and Tin Tran.
Bruce Hampton (Oz Minerals) with Mabbs and Tran.
Amand Malik (SA Water), Robin Labrooy (Escient)
Catherine Edis (Escient), Ann Warwick (SA Health)
Courtney Grose (FDC Construction & Fitout), Kaare Krokene, Lisa Lee (Snøhetta)
Jennifer Amato (Health Partners), Alastair McDonald (Escient)
Kellie Furey (Escient), Cadence Hart (University of Adelaide)
Kirsty Mosley, Daniel Schuitemaker (Peoples Choice Credit Union)
Lauren Andary, Caitlin Horsman (115 Connect), Courtney Grose (FDC Construction & Fitout), Kristy Jackson (Escient)
Mike Zbierski (SA Power Networks), Lachlan Praulins, Renee Schuit
Nicole Russo (eGrowcery), Alissa Proctor (Escient)
Paul Alland (Talent International), Allen Evans (SA Police), Fahad Farooque (Escient)
Shaun Jackson (Escient), David Conroy (SA Power Networks)
Toby Evans (SA Water), Bev McQuade (University of Adelaide)
Anita Shemon, Julie Krassay, Catherine Rice (Escient)
Sam Sinclair, Sebastian Hassell (Escient)
Mel Jezioranski, Carissa Wong (Escient)
James Ma, Kyle Thompson (Escient)