Episode 174: Step by Step of the Pumpkin Plan with James E. Cawdron

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Show Summary

In this episode we interview James E. Cawdron. James Cawdron discovered the Pumpkin Plan and used it to turn around his business. He outlines the exact steps he took to make his business more profitable than ever before. The system is simple, the process is effective, the question is, are you going to follow in James’ footsteps?

Our Guest


James E. Cawdron spent his formative years in his parents pub and hotels. He continued his studies by enrolling in Hotel School. For a brief stint he worked as a chef. After stints at Gleneagles in Scotland (home of the Ryder Cup 2014), the famous Savoy Hotel in London, P&O Cruises, and numerous restaurants on Manhattans Upper East Side. Working mostly in management James was charged with creating greater efficiencies. Greater efficiencies are the result of incorporating technology. His extensive understanding of the hospitality industry and operational and organizational nuances provided an acute understanding of the technology necessary to meet retailers needs especially within the hospitality industry.

Guest Links

Websites: www.ManhattanPOS.com

Corporate Partners

Receipt-Bank – Software and service to make the gathering, storage & processing of bills, receipts and invoices as easy and as cost effective as possible for businesses.

Nextiva – VOIP phone providers for small businesses.

Fundbox –  The simplest and fastest way to fix your cash flow by advancing payments for your outstanding invoices.

Right Networks – for forward-thinking CPA firms, accounting professionals, and SMBs who want to move to the cloud


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