Grammarly raises $90M at over $1B+ valuation for its AI-based grammar and writing tools
Grammarly, whose toolkit helps 20 million people write better and adjust their tone, has closed a $90 million round of funding.
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Grammarly heavily invests in linguistic technology and research to provide actionable feedback that helps our customers improve their writing.
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