About

What do you spend your time with?
Are you satisfied with it?
What is important to you in life?

blufoo is part of a movement that sees the potential in both individuals and society to develop a appreciative and sustainable relationship. A relationship with the people with whom we are connected, but also with our entire environment. Not only in view of current social and climatic developments, obligations are derived; But there also open up new perspectives:

blufoo stands for these new perspectives: for added value, for more happiness, more mindfulness, more togetherness and more sustainability.

We will not save the world with organic eggs, electric cars or green electricity alone. However, if we question ourselves and at the same time support others in building a safe, ecologically sustainable existence, we can achieve a change towards a good life for everyone.

At blufoo, we believe that for a good life you don’t have to accumulate a lot of possessions or go faster, further and higher. Quality of life means much more good and healthy food, an awareness of the wealth and beauty of our immediate surroundings, as well as supportive and trusting relationships with others. Being instead of having. For us, happiness means sharing: time, love, joy.

There are already some companies that are following other ways. They plant trees, donate or otherwise work for a global economy based on solidarity. They do not strive for more and more profit, but instead focus on people, the common good and the planet. And this is the path we are going too – because the companies of the future are transparent and democratic. They belong to the employees, act ecologically, sustainably and in the interests of humanity. blufoo offers an orientation for a conscious and fulfilled life – for the Buen Vivir!

You can be part of this movement! Take part in blufoo, or support us by using services and products from blufoo.

Let’s make our world a better place together!

See also:
Common good economy
Purpose company
Buen Vivir (German) / Buen Vivir (English)
Video “No more fast” (ARTE)