Paul Furiga, WordWrite president and CEO, estimates his agency’s revenue will increase by 25 percent. It had fees of $718,000 in 2016 with six employees according to O’Dwyer’s rankings of PR firms.
“I have great respect for Marc and the quality work his firm has created for the last 28 years,” Furiga said.
Jampole explained that the time was right to sell his agency and he was ready to pursue a career as a fiction and poetry write.
“I ultimately selected WordWrite because of the firm’s high quality work and stellar reputation,” Jampole said.=
The agreement bolsters WordWrite’s business-to-business, manufacturing, technology, health care and professional services clients and improves integrated marketing capabilities. Current clients include Fragasso, Financial Advisors, Kennametal, Koppers Inc., MedExpress, MPW Industrial Services, Pfizer Inc., The Waterfront and Waldron Private Wealth.