Etsy plans to publicly launch its wholesale program in August, and today revealed how much it’ll be charging users for each order. The scheme launched in beta almost a year ago and is designed to connect Etsy’s army of sellers with prominent retailers. While many independent manufacturers find success selling their hand-crafted creations on Etsy, the company’s wholesale initiative offers greater reach through physical stores. “For many sellers who have built sustaining, full-time businesses on Etsy, Etsy Wholesale is a way to support their continued growth,” Camilla Velasquez, Etsy’s director of payments and multichannel sales said. When the platform sheds…

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