In 2020, we not only continued to nurture a diverse workforce, but we also actively incorporated DEI into every facet of our business — from our marketing representation to our hiring efforts
In just one year, we doubled the number of Black and Latinx hires
We’re sharing the latest diversity data for our workforce. Despite notable gains in gender equity, there’s still more work to be done.
With new grants to Hacker School, Etsy continues to participate in the tech community’s efforts to bring more perspectives to the industry.
Flexibility is the cornerstone to how and where we work at Etsy
This wanderlust-inspired collaboration invites everyone to have a seat at the table
In honor of Black History Month, Etsy partners with Nest and Souls Grown Deep to launch first-ever online shops for the quilters and their celebrated works of art
We Stand in Solidarity #BlackLivesMatter
We believe in building inclusive communities that celebrate self-expression.
New gender metrics continue to exceed industry benchmarks
Shopping on Etsy means making a positive impact on the planet.
We are excited to share updates on our efforts to drive a positive economic, social, and ecological impact.
Our new mission and impact strategy define a clear path for how Etsy plans to use business as a force for good.
Women and men are taking generous leave and advancing in their careers.
We made considerable progress toward our mission during our tenth year.
We’re announcing two changes to Etsy’s board of directors.
Earlier this month, Etsy gathered more than 50 thought leaders to envision new models of responsible manufacturing for Etsy sellers.
Effective today, the term “redskin” will no longer be permitted in the Etsy marketplace, out of respect for Native Americans.
Our report reveals Etsy sellers are unique entrepreneurs, building creative businesses on their own terms.
At Etsy HQ, locally-sourced company lunches aim to take the same handmade, know-your-maker approach to food that it cultivates within the community.