Community members will get a chance to glean some entrepreneurial know-how this week when entrepreneur/designer speaks at the .
Rozsa, a Clinton resident and creative director at Trailer Trash Design, will share his story of becoming an entrepreneur at 6 p.m. Wednesday.
The design firm Rozsa had worked for couldn't withstand the the weak economy and Rozsa was left without a job. He turned his bad situation around by deciding to work for himself and created Trailer Trash Design, which is celebrating its fifth year in business.
"I got tired other people deciding what my future would be, so I took control of that," he said.
Rozsa plans to share "how he made his entrepreneurial transition, the challenges he faced, and how he ultimately defines his success," according to , community relations manager for the North Canton Public Library.
Rozsa has worked alongside the for the last year to bolster entrepreneurial development around North Canton as . As the EIR, he's also guided students within the business programs at Kent State University and .
There's one misconception about being an entrepreneur Rozsa hopes to break when he speaks at the library Wednesday.
"You don't have to be a business genius or have a real sharp business mind to be an entrepreneur," Rozsa said. "Anyone can be an entrepreneur, and I think that's really what I want people to get out of that."
Planning on listening to Rozsa's talk Wednesday? RSVP by calling the library at 330-499-4712.