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Grammarly Valued at $13 Billion

What is Grammarly and what does it do?

Grammarly is a text-checking software.

Who founded Grammarly?

It was founded in 2009 by three Ukrainians, Max Lytvyn, Alex Shevchenko, and Dmytro Lider.

How much has Grammarly raised?

$200 million.

Who has invested in Grammarly? 

Baillie Gifford, General Catalyst, funds and accounts managed by BlackRock and other investors.

What domain name does Grammarly operate on?

Grammarly operates on its exact brand match, They also own,, and some more. Somehow, they must sense some people might need help with spelling. Anyway, it does secure their brand that they have registered all those variations.

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