Expanding Etsy planning to boost its Irish workforce
The US e-commerce marketplace for independent sellers has become increasingly global, with 42% of its sales involving international sellers
Etsy, the online crafts marketplace for independent sellers, is planning further hiring sprees in Ireland to bring more “European knowledge” into its engineering operation in the coming years.
Last month, the US e-commerce firm announced it would hire dozens of new engineers at its Dublin-based office.
Speaking to the Business Post, Mike Fisher, chief technology officer at Etsy, said since the European market now accounted for a large amount of sales at the...
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