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Grammarly

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Grammarly Uses Gem’s Talent Compass for Real-Time Recruiting Intelligence

Grammarly, a popular tool offering AI-powered communication assistance, was founded in 2009 with a mission to improve lives by improving communication. In time, the product has scaled from individual, subscription-based writing support to Grammarly Business, which helps organizations stay on-brand and accelerate business results through effective communication. In 2021, the company introduced Grammarly for Developers, which enables programmers to embed Gramamarly’s text editing functionality and writing suggestions into any web application.

A partnership to integrate its technology into Samsung’s keyboard marked another milestone on the company’s path to help people communicate effectively wherever they write. In November 2021, the company raised $200M at a $13B valuation, making it the 10th most valuable U.S. startup. Grammarly now serves over 30 million people and 30,000 teams daily. “Talent acquisition has been buzzing and vibrant for as long as I’ve been at Grammarly,” says Andon Cowie, Head of Global Recruiting at Grammarly. “And that doesn’t look like it’ll slow down anytime soon.”

Location

San Francisco, CA (HQ)

What they do

AI-powered communication assistance

Size

600+ employees

Gem product

Sourcing, CRM, Compass
Gem gives me the data I need to iterate on sourcers’ volume and the quality of their reachouts. That’s the most impactful thing we look at right now from a performance-management perspective.
Andon Cowie
Andon Cowie
Head of Global Recruiting
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