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Max Lytvyn Biography

About Max Lytvyn

Max Lytvyn is a very talented Ukrainian entrepreneur based in the united states of America. He is known for being the co-founder of Grammarly. He along with his friend named Alex Shevchenko started Grammarly in the year 2009. Currently, He is leading the team as a Head of Revenue. As of 2022, He is in his 40s with around 6 feet and 0 inches tall in height.

Max Lytvyn Net Worth (2022)

Grammarly is not public, but it’s a private company on which two co-founders have almost a 21% stake. As of 2022, He has at least a total net worth of $4 billion. Other than Grammarly, He also co-founded MyDropBox (Dropbox). The majority of his income comes from premium services.

Educational Background

After primary schooling, Max Lytvyn finished a high school degree from Podil” high school. Then he joined  The International Christian University in Kyiv, Ukraine, from where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree major in Business management. After that, Following higher education, He got enrolled in Vanderbilt University from where he completed a master’s degree in Arts major in Marketing and finance.

Did You Know?

  • Max Lytvyn can speak only two Languages English and Ukrainian.
  • He met his partner Alex Shevchenko at the International Christian University in Ukraine.
  • Previously, Grammarly was known as Sentenceworks.
  • Rather than paid marketing, word-of-mouth makes it’s growing really fast.
  • As of writing, Over 30 million users use Grammarly each day.

Biography & Wiki Quick Summary

NameMax Lytvyn
NationalityUkrainian & American
Net Worth (2022)$4 billion
Age40s (2022)
HeightRoughly 6′ 0”
Martial StatusProbably Married
Wife/Girlfriend, ChildrenIN Review
Parents & SiblingsN/A
Educational QualificationGraduated
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