Grintern founder and head of Grintern's California office, Director of Product Science at Snap Inc.
"My international assistants helped me raise investments from Google and Founders Fund, and that's why I founded Grintern"
In 2015, Anastasia founded an AI fashion stylist StyleHacks. In order to build this product, her team had to tag hundreds of thousands of photos, as well as do a million other things: get in touch with countless influencers to obtain rights to these photos; write thousands of cold emails; schedule hundreds of events in her calendar; etc. Anastasia appointed three assistants based in Finland, Germany, and Russia, saving tens of thousands of dollars and hours and ended up pulling investments from Google and the Founders Fund for her business.
That is how Grintern was born: a mediator helping other businesses employ students and graduates remotely from anywhere in the world. Over the following years, Grintern helped nearly 20,000 young specialists join companies ranging from small private businesses to the rising stars of the market such as FridgeNoMore, Cherry Labs, Osome, and others.
Anastasia has been a speaker at Google Startup Grind 2019, Vanity Fair's Founders Fair 2018, MobileBeat by VentureBeat 2017, Facebook F8 2017 developers' conference, and other events.