OXFORD – The Oxford Academy and Central School District will play host to an event bent on encouraging people to “think like an entrepreneur,” featuring football Hall of Famer Floyd Little.
The event, titled “How to Think Like an Entrepreneur,” is the continuation of a series that connects business-minded dreamers with successful entrepreneurs to impart the value of basic business principles – principles like networking, risk management, and nose-to-the-grindstone work ethic.
The event will also feature guest speakers Dr. David Rogers, president of Morrisville State College; and Pivotel, LLC President Mary Branham. It will be held from 7-8:30 p.m. Thursday in the Oxford Academy High School Auditorium.
Floyd Little, a three-time All-American running back at Syracuse University, is best known for his professional career with the Denver Broncos. But his legacy goes beyond his accomplishments on the field, and that is what’s at the heart of Thursday’s event, explained organizer Otis Jennings.