It is the combined result of many experiences; my own as well as that of others, that when getting to know them, inspired me. Bloombo, came formally to live in 2012 after many years working on the field of social and economical reintegration of vulnerable women. Since then, Bloombo has become a fair and sustainable alternative to the usual products that large firms and textile chains offer us in their shops, many from questionable sources and conditions.
The name Bloombo, meaning to bloom or to flourish, symbolising the discovery of a new understanding of justice and solidarity towards others, as well as towards the environment, in each of our day-to-day decisions about what and how we consume. Bloombo is ethical fashion. We produce high quality and exclusive products in developing countries under fair working conditions. We also provide technical assistance to our partners on design and quality, collaboratively developing products that fit our and their target markets.
At the same time Bloombo offers a decent alternative to consumers in the West, where buyers are increasingly concerned, not only by the product and its quality, but also about who produced it and under what conditions. Buyers in the West are now increasingly informed by the truth behind the manufacturing industry and are better empowered to make safe choices for the state of humanity and the Earth. And here we are, to tell these stories, to ensure that behind each of our products there is a hope for a better world. Using our consumer power in solidarity towards a way to equality and social justice.