Greg Matusky

Greg Matusky

Formal First Name
Gregory (Greg)

Greg Matusky is the Founder and President of Gregory FCA, a full-service, strategically integrated public relations and financial communications firm that builds brands, grows revenue, increases shareholder value and creates visibility. He has handled a range of crisis management projects, starting with experience in the energy business and accounting issues at publicly traded companies. Under his direction, Gregory FCA has managed the strategic communications campaigns for CA Technologies, Kimco Realty, Safeguard Scientifics, Schott, Yoh, Mitsubishi Electric, and others. In addition, he is the author of three business-related books, and has written on a range of issues including insurance, real estate, technology, logistics, corporate finance, economic development, and more. Greg has also worked with an extensive stable of CEOs, providing media training for national appearances on FOX TV, CNBC, NBC Nightly News, CNN, CNNfn, ABC TV, and CBS TV.

Professional Experience

Academic History

  • Gregory FCA is the region's largest integrated public and investor relations firm, servicing private and publicly traded companies throughout the country.

  • The firm represents healthcare, information technology, esports, and online, data-backed, social media platforms.

  • Prior to founding Gregory FCA, he was a former business writer whose work has been featured in Forbes and Newsweek magazines.

  • He is the author of an economic development piece, “The New Philadelphia Story,” which appeared as a 12-page insert in Forbes magazine.

  • Inc. magazine also profiled Greg in a 5-page feature article about Gregory FCA and his management style.

  • Greg has secured coverage for his clients in The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Fortune, Businessweek, eek, Time, Newsweek, Investor’s Businessweek, Daily, USA Today, CNN, CNBC, MSNBC.

  • His media panel series, Meet the Media Movers and Shakers, has included reporters, editors, and producers from The Wall Street Journal, Businessweek, CNN, CNBC, and countless other media outlets.