Etsy have announced that Kruti Patel Goyal, currently Etsy’s Chief Product Officer, has been named Chief Executive Officer of global fashion marketplace Depop. With Kruti’s transition to her new role, Etsy has promoted Nick Daniel, Vice President of Product Management, to Chief Product Officer.
Kruti possesses a deep expertise in marketplace dynamics, having held a range of leadership roles at Etsy over the past 11 years. In her current role as Chief Product Officer, Kruti has transformed Etsy’s product development culture, scaled their teams, and significantly improved the shopping experience within the marketplace. She previously led Etsy’s seller services, corporate development, international, and marketplace integrity teams.
At Etsy, we often say that two-sided marketplaces are lightning in a bottle – and this is certainly true of Depop. We believe Depop has fostered one of the most passionate communities in ecommerce, and has only scratched the surface when it comes to reaching its full potential. I’m excited to work with the talented team at Depop as they redefine the future of fashion.– Kruti Patel Goyal, named Chief Executive Officer
Nick has been with Etsy for more than eight years and currently serves as Vice President of Product Management. Over the course of his tenure, Nick has led highly-technical, complex, and cross-functional initiatives that have unlocked significant value for Etsy’s customers and stakeholders. He championed the expansion and optimization of Etsy Ads and oversaw efforts to create a more personalized shopping experience, improve the selling platform, and scale Etsy’s marketing technology capabilities.
Etsy’s product development culture enables us to rapidly test new features, respond to evolving customer needs, and harness the power of technology to foster human connections. I look forward to working with the teams as we continue to create a differentiated shopping experience for buyers while bringing new opportunities to millions of creative entrepreneurs around the world.– Nick Daniel, named Chief Product Officer