How Etsy crafted its biophilic headquarters

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How Etsy crafted its biophilic headquarters

The company found that working with nature's principles can attract workers who feel engaged, happier and more creative

Etsy, the online marketplace for handmade goods, is known as an antidote to mass-made home furnishings, clothing and gifts. The quirky company experienced major-league growth after it went public in 2016,...

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