Support emerging Black artisans
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With 87% of sellers identifying as female, Etsy is proud to support female-run businesses on IWD, and every day.
Over the past few months, we’ve been opening our office doors up to the inspiring next generation of developers.
Meet five Etsy sellers who are partnering with manufacturers in inspiring, responsible ways.
Teams, those self-organized groups of Etsy members, are a serious force in the world of community support. Get inspired with this round-up of ideas.
Etsy is partnering up with the microfinancing non-profit Kiva to encourage artisans everywhere to grow their own businesses.
Even Bill Clinton came out to commend the Etsy Little Rock team for their collaborative efforts in financing small businesses.
When tragedy struck, Laura found the empowerment she and her children needed down in her studio.
The camaraderie that powers the heart of the Etsy Teams community is truly a marvelous thing.
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, our local community came together to contribute to relief efforts, but there’s still lots of work to be done.
Translating 100 FAQs, participating in Open Design Italia, and supporting over 1,000 members, the Etsy Italia Team is a model of economic cooperation.
Let your team colors fly! Who deserves recognition for their hard work?
Physical distance may separate these teammates, but their passion for collaboration trumped all when organizing a booth fit for a bonanza.
Wondering what it takes to lead an Etsy team? Use this handbook as your guiding light.
The next fellowship application deadline is September 30! Get some inspiration from the last batch of community-organizing mavens.
This local street team has grown so successfully, they’re now incorporated as a not-for-profit. Secretary Belinda Harris shares their strategy.
One of the first self-organized groups to emerge in our community, the SF Etsy team has strategized its way to a 700-member force to be reckoned with.
Canadian sellers gathered in Toronto for a meet up of record-breaking proportions and we have the video evidence to prove it.
Nada headed west for the Make It! festival, community meet-up at Blim, and lots and lots of sushi.