Grammarly Stock

grammarly.comEnterprise Software / ProductivityFounded: 2009Funding to Date: $301.72MM

Grammarly, founded in 2009, is a technology company that aims to unlock opportunities for individuals and businesses by providing access to advanced language tools. Grammarly helps individuals and businesses improve their communication and writing skills. The company's technology assesses the grammar, spelling, punctuation, and style of written text, allowing users to improve their writing and communicate more effectively. Grammarly is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

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Management Team

Alex Shevchenko
Co-Founder & Product Manager
Max Lytvyn
Co-Founder & Head of Revenue
Dmytro Lider
Co-Founder & Head of Language Technology
Brad Hoover
Chief Executive Officer
Matt Rosenberg JD
Chief Revenue Officer & Head of Grammarly Business
Stuart West
Chief Financial Officer

Board Members

Hemant Taneja
General Catalyst
Jule Maltz
Institutional Venture Partners

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News Highlights

Grammarly Gets Smarter With Suggestions That Help Customers Tailor Communication for Their Audience and Goals

Grammarly is launching strategic suggestions to help its consumers write faster, and better.

Grammarly Helps Databricks Elevate Customer Trust and Efficiency With Its AI Writing Assistance

To enhance strategic efforts in data communications and content writing Grammarly is aiding Databricks with artificial intelligence technology.

DeepL takes aim at Grammarly with the launch of Write, to clean up your prose

The functionality of Write may sound a little familiar to you. That’s because DeepL’s new service is going head to head with a popular product already on the market: Grammarly is currently leaned on by more than 30 million daily active users and some 50,000 businesses and teams.

Grammarly Announces New Tone Rewrite Suggestions to Help Professionals and Teams Build Better Relationships

Grammarly, the company powering effective communication for over 50,000 teams and over 30 million people daily, today announced the launch of tone rewrite suggestions. These advanced suggestions help individuals and teams ensure their tone is positive, confident, or personable at the click of a button, even in the most difficult workplace conversations.
Updated on: Jul 25, 2024


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