Big-sky country

Rosenwein, Rifka
October 2000
Inc.;2000 Inc. 500, Vol. 22 Issue 15, p24
Deals with the relocation of Vision 1, a company that provides systems that act as electronic eyes for automated machines or robots, from Atlanta, Georgia to Bozeman, Montana. Reasons behind the decision of Brian Smithgall, chief executive officer of Vision 1 to relocate the business; Impact of the Montana location on Vision 1's customers; Examples of the recreational opportunities offered by Montana to Vision 1 employees.


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