Grammarly is on a roll. The popular auto-editing software tool has raised $200 million from Baillie Gifford and other investors at a $13 billion valuation.
Grammarly is not a particularly exciting company. It helps delete unnecessary prepositional phrases and other grammatical errors — not exactly earth-shattering technology.
But as in-person communication becomes less common and written communication — be it Slack messages, texts or email — grows in use, Grammarly’s value proposition seems solid.
In this episode of Startup Insider, Vin Narayanan and Andy Gordon discuss the evolution of spell check, Grammarly’s freemium model, boring ways to make money and more.
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