Kurumi works with indigenous artisans, artists, designers and educators to create ways to ‘give the future as a present’ to new generations and take care of the planet. a través del cuidado de nuestro planeta.
Meet our new collection:
We envision that raising a child and caring for the planet go together.
There is still a lot to be done . . .
8 times less CO2 is what a child must emit in comparison to his or her grandparents to avoid global warming rising above 1.5˚C. 1
5 times faster is how toy sales are growing in comparison to the global population of children.2 3
90% of the money demanded by developing countries to fight climate change (USD 100 billion) could be funded with the money we spend on toys.4 5
We are looking for support to promote and launch our co-designed collection with indigenous communities.
Kurumi is a voluntary initiative. Colaborate with us.

Our Methodology

We facilitate processes to co-design children’s products that create values for the future.
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1. Ideation
Generation of ideas for potential products or services that comply with the parties’ objective.
Analysis and selection of ideas.
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2. Prototyping
Detailed implementation of selected ideas, including design concepts, packaging and costs. Creation of prototypes and testing with target audience.
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3. Production
Definition of the final products or services.
Production, including packaging and marketing material.
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4. Sales
Partnerships with outlets.
Sales and accountability.
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5. Territorial Investment
Profit collection to reinvest in the territory and implementation of one or more actions.
The footprint we want to leave
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Value flora, fauna and native cultures.
Promote playing without large ecological footprints.
Develop psychomotor skills through play.
Generate income for families and territories of native communities.