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Early Results on Gender-Blind Parental Leave at Etsy

Women and men are taking generous leave and advancing in their careers. handmade and vintage goods

Diversity and Equality at Etsy

We’re sharing the latest diversity data for our workforce. Despite notable gains in gender equity, there’s still more work to be done. handmade and vintage goods

Strong Families, Strong Business: A Step Forward in Parental Leave at Etsy

Our values-aligned policies support gender equity in the workplace. handmade and vintage goods

Etsy Sellers’ Economic Impact

Our report reveals Etsy sellers are unique entrepreneurs, building creative businesses on their own terms.

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Things for Which We’re Thankful

A wholly unscientific index of the things that inspired Etsy staff in 2011.

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The Latest Addition to The Etsy Blog Family

You can now follow all the news about product launches, new initiatives at Etsy and life inside the company on this blog.

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Thanksgiving Meals Gone Wrong…

Growing up, I used to hear my mom reminisce about the most disastrous Thanksgiving meal she ever had. She was a junior in college, studying abroad at the University of Edinburgh and living in a flat with two other Americans and an English girl. They boldly set out to prepare a Thanksgiving dinner, but all…

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Etsy's Blog and the Coral Article

Hi everyone, I'm Etsy's editorial director and I want you to know that I and all the blog editors have been carefully reading and discussing your feedback on the coral preservation article. Our aim in publishing this blog post was to raise awareness and provoke reflection about an under-recognized issue. It was absolutely not our…

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Introducing Our New Editorial Director: Juliet Gorman

Hellloooo out there, Etsy! I’m Juliet, a.k.a. Julietgo, the new editorial director for the site. I’ll be taking over Vanessa‘s role as she transitions to her new role as director of community and education. You’ll hear more from her about this soon, as she’s looking forward to getting started.  A little about myself. I’m really…