Company Overview of Etsy, Inc.
Etsy, Inc. operates a marketplace to buy and sell handmade and vintage products and supplies both online and offline. Its platform enables users to buy and sell accessories, arts, bags and purses, bath and beauty products, books, music and media, collectibles, decor and house wares, dining and entertaining products, electronics and gadgets, furniture, kitchen products, lighting products, musical instruments, pets, and stationery and party products. The company also provides jewelry, clothing, accessories, bags and purses, bottoms, costumes, dresses, outerwear, shoes, sleepwear and intimates, swimwear and coverups, tops, wallets, belts and buckles, coats and jackets, cufflinks, hats, hoodies ...
55 Washington Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Founded in 2005
Key Executives for Etsy, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Etsy, Inc. Key Developments
Etsy Seek An IPO
Jan 13 15
Etsy, Inc. is planning an initial public offering (IPO) that could take place as soon as this quarter, Bloomberg said, citing people with knowledge of the matter. Etsy may seek to raise about $300 million from the IPO, citing one of the people. Etsy is working with Goldman Sachs Group Inc and Morgan Stanley on the IPO, Bloomberg said, quoting these people. Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley were not immediately available for comment.
Etsy Mulls IPO
May 2 14
Chad Dickerson, Chief Executive Officer of Etsy, Inc. said, "An IPO is a possible outcome for Etsy. We don't have any plans in the next year. We're focused on building a company. We do want to stay independent. We think it's really important to continue to serve our community and we think independence really matters. We're not the traditional Silicon Valley type of company, where we just have this bloodthirst to go public, but it's definitely a possible outcome."
Webgility, Inc.'s Quickbooks Integration Solution Now Available on the Etsy.Com Platform
Oct 1 13
Webgility, Inc. announced that it is extending its Intuit Gold-certified QuickBooks integration software to Etsy retailers. Webgility's solution eCommerceConnector (eCC), provides effortless synchronization between sales transactions and QuickBooks accounting software, saving time, reducing errors and enabling superior customer service. Etsy sellers find themselves juggling between their creative expressions and managing the day-to-day operations, like bookkeeping, order fulfillment and keeping their customers happy and wanting more. This balancing act becomes even more precarious as their eCommerce business expands to additional storefronts. In addition to Etsy.com, eCC supports over 35 eCommerce platforms, including Amazon, eBay, Bigcommerce, Magento and Shopify. Wegbility's eCC seamlessly connects the online stores to an associated QuickBooks account (Pro, Premier, Enterprise or Point of Sale). Orders placed on Etsy.com and other online stores are automatically recorded in QuickBooks, so store owners can instantly review their cash flow. eCC also synchronizes products, enabling retailers to know exactly how many items are in-stock and which items are popular sellers. Streamlining order fulfillment is critical to great customer service. Webgility partners with leading shipping providers (FedEx, UPS, Endicia and Stamps.com) and offers shipping integration so retailers can automatically generate shipping labels and track packages. With eCC, Etsy retailers can print customized packing slips, giving that added personal touch to every customer order.
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