Paul Werth opened doors with first client, Worthington Industries.
Paul Werth named President, Central Ohio Chapter of Public Relations Society of America (PRSA).
Werth introduces Anheuser-Busch to Columbus.
Paul Werth becomes chair of the Public Relations Society of America’s Counselors Academy in recognition of his leadership within the industry.
Werth receives its first national Silver Anvil Award for Homewood Corp./Ohio State University Solar Home Project — Excellence in Special Events.
Assists with groundbreaking for the Ohio Center, Columbus’ convention facility.
Werth joins AEP team planning relocation from New York City to Columbus.
Nationwide becomes a client.
Sandra Harbrecht joins Werth as Director, Client Services.
Werth launches Chase Manhattan Bank in the Ohio market.
Sandra Harbrecht becomes Werth President.
Werth launches Prudential HealthCare’s PruCare in Ohio.
Werth receives Silver Anvil for Columbus Area Chamber of Commerce — Excellence in Marketing Communications (Established Services).
Werth receives Silver Anvil for the Rebuild Ohio Committee, State Issue 2 — Excellence in Public Affairs; Issue 2 approves bonding for $2 billion for infrastructure financing.
Werth receives Silver Anvil for White Castle — Excellence in Marketing Communications.
Paul Werth is selected to the second class of PRSA's College of Fellows.
Werth receives Silver Anvil for the City of Columbus, Department of Public Service — Excellence in National Marketing Campaign.
Werth launches the Werth Poll.
Werth opens Washington, D.C. office.
Werth Receives double Silver Anvils: BP Lima Chemicals — Excellence in Community Relations, Business — Manufacturing; Ohioans for Responsible Health Information — Excellence in Public Affairs Association.
Sandra Harbrecht becomes chair of the Public Relations Society of America’s Counselors Academy, the international association of public relations firm leaders.
Chemical Abstracts Service becomes a client.
Werth receives Best of Silver Anvil, the highest honor bestowed for Franklin County Hospital Council’s Project L.O.V.E. — Excellence in Public Service Partnerships.
Werth begins representing OSU Athletics.
United States Department of Defense hires Werth.
As a founding member, Werth helps launch national trade group – Council of Public Relations Firm.
Werth partners with Jerome Schottenstein Center for opening festivities.
Werth launches national eCorridor branding campaign for Ohio Department of Development and founded E3 OHIO technology coalition.
Sandra Harbrecht is elected to the Board of the Council of Public Relations Firms.
Dedication of the Paul and Margaret Werth Community Resource Center at the American Cancer Society.
Werth acquires The Haunty Agency, a prominent local advertising agency.
Ohio Business Development Coalition (OBDC) becomes a client.
Werth acquires MMD Research.
Werth and OBDC win American Business Awards: The Stevie for nation’s best business-to-business ad campaign.
Kent State University Board of Trustees elects Sandra Harbrecht as Chair.
Werth moves offices to the corner of Broad and High streets in Columbus.
Werth begins a long-standing partnership with White Castle Systems, Inc.
The Insurance Industry Resource Council partners with Werth on an ongoing public relations and marketing campaign to promote insurance careers throughout the state of Ohio: Insuring Ohio Futures.
Werth helped develop, design and launch CelebrateOne, a program to reverse infant mortality death rates in central Ohio after convening the Greater Columbus Infant Mortality Task Force.
Sandra Harbrecht named CEO of the Year by Columbus CEO magazine.
Paul Werth Associates becomes the public relations agency for the Ohio Opioid Education Alliance and begins building a statewide coalition to combat opioid addiction.
Werth supports the fundraising for and opening of the Washington Gladden Social Justice Park.
Julie Granillo, a Nashville leader in social enterprise, health care industry veteran, and granddaughter of the firm’s founder, joins the company to usher in the next generation of family involvement.
Werth begins remote-only operations in the face of a devastating COVID-19 pandemic. In support of hard-hit organizations, Werth serves more than a dozen pro bono clients while maintaining all employees and full employee benefits.
Werth launches the Gongwer-Werth Legislative Opinion Poll.
Werth wins its 10th Silver Anvil Award for Insuring Ohio Futures.
Werth relaunches federal practice to support Ohio companies seeking to elevate their Washington D.C. agenda.