Etsy Figures Out How To Crowd Source Social Responsibility — Will It Work?

May 21, 2015
Lisa Travnik

It’s hard to argue the intent behind most corporate social responsibility initiatives. Successful companies are uniquely positioned to devote resources – both dollars and skills – to social issues in the markets they serve, whether it’s something as simple as giving employees time for charitable work or more elaborate company-wide programs devoted to major world challenges like famine, equal rights and disease.  Read more in Forbes.

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