London Transport Museum’s dynamic programme of special exhibitions and unique events and activities can offer fantastic opportunities for your business. Our team will work with you to develop a tailored package of valuable benefits, providing creative solutions which meet your commercial objectives. These include:
Brand building - Working with the Museum is a fantastic way to position your brand at the forefront of development in leading world cities.
Profile-raising - The Museum is excellently placed to build high-profile marketing and PR campaigns, reaching out to millions of Londoners as well as targeting specific groups.
Industry networking - The Museum is a hub for Transport for London, the transport industry and those working with it; we provide unrivalled networking and relationship-building opportunities at our Central London location.
Client entertaining - Located in the former flower market at Covent Garden, the Museum is a stunning venue in which to entertain clients. Our 120-seat Cubic Theatre is ideal for conferences and presentations.
Inspiring employees - We offer behind-the-scenes access to both the Museum and our Depot at Acton, and tickets to our busy calendar of exclusive events, talks, workshops and tours.
Corporate responsibility - Education and learning underpin the Museum’s charitable objectives through programmes aligned to the needs of the transport industry and communities across London - we can help you meet your corporate responsibility targets.
We would be delighted to speak to you in more detail about the following:
Transported by Design
The Museum is looking for sponsorship for an exciting new design led programme (from May 2015 to January 2017) which will focus on exploring how good design makes life in London better, and will include the centenary of the Johnston typeface and the unveiling of the Frank Pick commemoration as well as looking ahead at future designs for London including Crossrail and the Northern Line extension.
The Museum regularly holds themed evening openings for the public. Past Friday Lates have included magicians, scavenger hunts, DJs, talks and arts and crafts against the backdrop of lit-up vehicles. We can tailor Friday Lates to the audience you want to reach.
Individual galleries within the Museum such as the World Cities Walk and the Design Gallery are seen by hundreds of thousands of visitors by day and by all the key decision makers in the transport industry at our evening events.
Helping to address the skills gap facing the transport and construction industries, LTM’s flagship programme promotes careers in engineering by connecting young people with transport engineers and real life engineering challenges. We are seeking industry partners to continue, grow and shape this vital work.
Route into Work
Route into Work provides young people not in education, employment or training with a stepping-stone to a meaningful career. Young people participate in a four day accredited course at the Museum during which they explore different jobs and career options, improve their CVs and prepare for job interviews. Route into Work can provide employers with a recruitment solution and young people with a start in life.
Our heritage events take passengers back in time with trips on restored steam trains and vintage buses.
What Our sponsors say
"Sponsorship of the 150th anniversary of the London Underground has been a great success for Cubic Transportation Systems, far surpassing our expectations and the objectives that we originally agreed. As well as being a highly effective tool for positioning the Cubic brand and building relationships with both existing and new clients, it has helped us to underline again Cubic's support for Transport for London and this great Museum. I am delighted that we chose to support this very exciting campaign."
Roger Crow, Chief Executive, Cubic Transportation Systems
Tel: +44 (0)20 7565 7284
Email: [email protected]seum.co.uk