At The Knot Worldwide (TKWW), believe that we can create significant value through making a positive impact on our communities.  We are proud of the impactful programs we have developed and are committed to laying the foundation for future areas of focus.  In 2021, TKWW engaged with key stakeholder groups, including couples, wedding professionals, employees, our board and investors to identify the environmental, social and governance topics that are most important for TKWW. 

Our People

Employee Engagement & Wellbeing

TKWW strives to help its employees thrive mentally and physically by offering a rewarding culture and a number of programs including flexible PTO, a robust set of health care offerings, mental health support and an employee assistance program. Additionally, TKWW has established the TKWW Relief Fund where eligible employees are able to apply to receive a financial grant for qualifying events (i.e. COVID relief, governmentally declared disasters, etc.) to help offset expenses incurred as a result such as food, clothing, housing, childcare, and more.

Talent Development

TKWW maintains a strong corporate culture by attracting and retaining talent through fair compensation, career development, training and education. We offer a learning hub of educational programs encompassing TKWW-specific trainings and career-specific, certificate-based programs where employees can meet all educational and developmental needs for successful career advancement.

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

What We Do Matters. And so does how we do it. As a leader in the life event and wedding industry, The Knot Worldwide understands that fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace that reflects and welcomes the couples and business partners we serve is not only the right thing to do, but the smart thing to do.

We believe that if we give our employees the space to be authentically themselves, they’ll channel their talents to empower our couples and business partners to do the same. TKWW has HEART and that is what guides our strategy and approach to DEI.

Nondiscrimination Policy

The Knot Worldwide provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age or disability. In addition to federal law requirements, The Knot Worldwide complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. The Knot Worldwide expressly prohibits any form of workplace harassment based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability or veteran status.

Our Teams

In addition to unconscious bias and inclusive leadership training, a quarterly DEI speaker series and cultural celebrations, TKWW employees are involved in building an even more inclusive workplace through the company’s DEI Council and Employee Resource Groups.


brings together representatives from across the organization to highlight key departmental DEI activities, request feedback on proposed initiatives and align on items that affect multiple areas of the business.


(ERGs) serve to create a greater sense of belonging for all employees. They empower employees to gather and celebrate meaningful events, discuss challenges and foster community at TKWW.

Our Company


In order to fully enjoy life’s biggest moments together, couples rely on a healthy and sustainable planet. As a global leader in the wedding industry, it is our responsibility to ensure our business, our industry and our community plays its part in reducing the environmental impact on our planet for future generations.

As a company, we are focused on reducing our environmental impact through vendor and consumer education, responsibly managing consumption and waste across our offices and identifying climate risks and opportunities to reduce our carbon footprint and energy usage. We support TKWW employees’ efforts to combat climate change and reduce our environmental impact, including through employee resource groups as well as company green and charitable initiatives. We have much more to do, and have committed to finding ways to decrease our environmental impact in future.

Compliance, Ethics & Integrity

Our Core Value of We Do the Right Thing means that TKWW is committed to operating with integrity and inspiring trust in our company and our offerings. Our commitment to integrity begins with complying with laws, rules and regulations where we do business. We have a global Code of Conduct and Ethics which lays out our responsibilities to act with integrity, ethically and in compliance with all applicable laws. We expect everyone at TKWW, and those with whom we do business, to abide by our Core Values and our Code of Conduct and Ethics, including promptly reporting any potential wrongdoing via our Compliance Hotline.

In addition, we believe that everyone in our value chain should embody these same principles. We ask partners, suppliers, service providers, and contractors we work with to comply with our Supplier Code of Conduct. For more information, you can read our full policies at the links below:

TKWW Code of Conduct & Ethics
TKWW Supplier Code of Conduct

Corporate Governance

TKWW is committed to robust oversight of our Company and its business, including any associated risks. We maintain strong corporate governance practices, including our experienced Board of Directors and Executive Team as well as risk management processes overseen by our Board and its Committees.

Community Support & Engagement

We are committed to giving back to our global community. As a business, we commit to supporting the success of underrepresented groups as business owners within our B2B WeddingPro community and partnering with organizations that align with our values. Whether through volunteering, charitable donation matching, pro bono partnerships or workplace events, we empower our employees to find ways to support our communities.

Fellowship for Change

We give underrepresented pros a chance to accelerate their business through mentorship, education and advertising.
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Global Donate

We host an annual day of service where all TKWW employees are encouraged to take the day off of work to give back in our local communities.


Investing in partnerships is a key way we’re helping to drive positive change in our communities. We’re proud to be affiliated with the following organizations and awards:

Recipient of a perfect score on the Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index for seven consecutive years.
Partner of Open to All, supporting non-discrimination laws and inclusive workplace practices.
Executive partner within the 21st Century Advantage Program (21CAP) at Howard University.
Partner of Bowie State University faculty to create programming for students.
Employer partner of Pursuit, supporting their efforts to train diverse individuals entering the tech space to advance their careers.
Proud supporter of VOW for Girls and its global mission to end child marriage.

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