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Applied Vision receives Leading EDGE Award

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For the third consecutive year, Applied Vision has received a Leading EDGE Award presented by the Entrepreneurs EDGE, an organisation dedicated to growth and development in Northeast Ohio. Applied Vision was recognised by EDGE as a leader in creating economic value for the region.

Eighty six companies were honoured during the 2010 Crain's Leading EDGE Awards Recognition Dinner, which took place 19 May at the InterContinental hotel and conference centre.

'Although our machine vision inspection systems have been installed in plants across the globe, Northeast Ohio is home to Applied Vision. With our world headquarters located in Akron, we have found a talent pool in the region that has enabled us to offer cutting edge technological innovation and exceptional customer service,' said Manijeh Novini, chief financial officer of Applied Vision.

The Leading EDGE Award recognises companies in Northeast Ohio that are creating the most value for themselves as well as for the community.

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