Company’s co-founders become second and third wealthiest people in Ukraine KRAKOW, Poland – Grammarly, the San Francisco-based company founded by Ukrainians Alex Shevchenko and Max Lytvyn, announced on November 17 it received additional financing of $200 million, pushing the company’s capitalization up to $13 billion. The investment made Messrs. Shevchenko and Lytvyn billionaires. Forbes estimated…...
Ukrainian startup Grammarly reaches $13 billion capitalization
By Roman Tymotsko7 Mins Read