Grammarly is an AI-based communication assistant used by more than 20 million people every day to make their communication in English clear and effective, wherever they type. It is available in a variety of writing interfaces, including browser, desktop, and mobile keyboards, to help users in both personal and professional life.
Grammarly was founded by Ukrainians Max Lytvyn, Alex Shevchenko, and Dmytro Lider in 2009 with a goal of using technology to help people communicate what they mean. In 2017, Grammarly raised $110M in a first round of investment, led by General Catalyst and with participation from Breyer Capital, IVP, SignalFire, and Spark Capital.
Currently, Grammarly has more than 200 team members across offices in San Francisco, New York, and Kyiv. The company has more than 2,000 institutional and enterprise clients around the globe.
To learn more, visit Grammarly’s website www.grammarly.com/about