Grammarly: The Story of How Three Ukrainians Created The Most Popular Online Grammar Checker

Grammarly, the online English grammar checker, is known and used by millions of users. Only for Google Chrome, the service is being used regularly by 10 million people. In 2014, the Managing Partner of Aventures Capital, Yevgen Sysoyev, valued Grammarly at USD 100 million. Grammarly was founded by three Ukrainians: Oleksiy Shevchenko, Maksym Lytvyn, and Dmytro Lider.

The Beginning

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Maksym Lytven and Oleksiy Shevchenko. Source: AIN
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How Does Grammarly Work?

How to Attract Such Clients as Cisco, Boeing, and US Universities

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Promotion of the Service Through Social Networks

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Employee Motivation and Teamwork

Kyiv, Ukraine. Source: Unsplash; Vitaliy Zamedyanskiy