It’s hard to believe it’s not just the end of the year, but the end of the decade! Last year we kicked off a new tradition at Envato of publishing an annual public impact statement, and today I’m back again with the 2019 edition!
The public impact statement aims to give a record of what we did in the year at a very high level, covering the broad impact that Envato makes for customers, for authors and for staff and stakeholders. It doesn’t cover every stat, or in and out of the business, but speaks to the mission and values of our company and how we’re working to them. That said, we have tried to add a little more colour than we did last year
This year we’ve also translated to (Mexican) Spanish as well (since 200+ of our team are in Guadalajara, Mexico)
I hope you find it interesting! The team and I will be coming back to this thread, until next week (19th Dec), to answer questions about the report. I know these kinds of discussions can easily go off on a tangent (especially with a huge topic area like this!), but I’m going to try to keep us on topic: the Annual Public Impact Statement