This summer, new programs will take place in Cookeville, TN; Hazard, KY; Atlantic City, NJ; Cleveland, OH; and Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
Our Progress Report is a public assessment we share annually to track our goals as they relate to our employees, our community and the planet.
April is Earth Month at Etsy, and we’re celebrating with a call to action: bring nature in.
CEO Chad Dickerson reflects on Etsy’s unique IPO approach and shares our vision for the future.
Learn more about the sellers who joined us in Times Square today.
Two changes to Etsy’s board of directors
Etsy sellers are stepping up to become leaders in their local communities by teaching fellow creatives how to launch their online businesses.
Etsy files S-1 for IPO
Today the FCC voted to do what we’ve been urging them to do all along — establish rules that protect net neutrality. Go Team Internet!
Our prediction for 2015: social responsibility is critical to business success.
We’re announcing two changes to Etsy’s board of directors.
More than 250 Etsy employees visited the creative workspaces of Etsy sellers around the world to better understand how they run their businesses.
Etsy is donating $100,000 on Giving Tuesday to nonprofit organizations in honor of our community, with the hope of inspiring others to get involved.
Etsy applauds the President’s strong stance on protecting the Internet and the millions of micro-businesses who depend on it to reach consumers.
Earlier this month, Etsy gathered more than 50 thought leaders to envision new models of responsible manufacturing for Etsy sellers.
Etsy’s CEO checks in about helping sellers scale and enjoy their creative businesses in a way that’s consistent with Etsy values.
With new grants to Hacker School, Etsy continues to participate in the tech community’s efforts to bring more perspectives to the industry.
Etsy is partnering with AmEx OPEN for Small Business Saturday with trunk shows, gift cards, and even a design refresh for one lucky boutique!
Along with major tech companies, we are participating in the #InternetSlowDown that demonstrates the potential negative impact of the FCC’s proposal.
Help us protect net neutrality by submitting comments to the FCC, contacting your representative, and sharing your thoughts on Internet access.