I love etsy, BUT...frankly, I don't see how the company can be certified socially responsible especially when more and more Chinese manufacturers (poorly rated on eBay) have migrated onto Etsy...who's "certifying" these manufacturers and their murky supply-chain practices?
Incidentally, the B-Corp certifiers have NO CLUE about supply-chain and has no business certifying the ability of companies to be socially-responsibility when such companies act as virtual market places with no visibility & no ability to possibly control the manufacturing practices of the sellers they promote. Who should we hold responsible if, for example, we find out that one of etsy's sellers use children to make products sold on their site?
The point is, a company should not be given a blanket & general cert for social responsibility when it is NOT fully responsible for their participating sellers' practices. The "B" in B-Corp and in B-Cert is really "P" for poo-dropping.