Beer52 teams with TfL for London Beer Tour collection

“We believe the best beer collaborations bring a fresh perspective, and working with TfL has given the brewers working on this collection so much inspiration,” says Fraser Doherty, CEO of Beer52.

The Happy Puzzle Company’s Gavin Ucko pulls out all the stops with a brand new TFL jigsaw license

Why make London-Underground-style jigsaw maps of major British cities? Gavin Ucko tells all!

Ravensburger teams with TfL for London Underground BRIO set

“This new addition to our Trains of the World series will enable fans to bring to life their railway adventures in authentic style,“ said Elaine Connell, BRIO product manager at Ravensburger UK.

Transport for London appoints IMG as its licensing agent

“Working with such a recognised leader in this field will help us reach new markets and engage with new audiences, such as licensed products for children,” said Ellen Sankey, Brand Licensing Manager at TfL.

Mallett London debuts TfL footwear collection

“Seeing how Mallet – a proud London-born brand – is using our iconic Tube map in their designs shows how innovatively our heritage and assets can be used,” said Ellen Sankey, Brand Licensing Manager at TfL.

Nike’s Jordan Brand teams with TfL for Zone 23 apparel collection

The collection sees the Jordan’s Jumpman logo combined with the TfL roundel across tees, hoodies and long-sleeve t-shirts.

The London Sock Exchange debuts TfL collection

“We’re really proud of the socks we’ve made – they’re full of the colour, detail and ingenuity you’d expect from a TfL service, distilled into sock form,” said Dan Zell, Co-Founder of The London Sock Exchange.

Transport for London debuts updated style guide and new trend packs

“With more than 80 licensees already on board and some exciting brand collaborations to be announced, it’s a great time to join the TfL licensing programme,” said Jo Edwards, Head of Global Licensing at TSBA Group.

The Brand Radar: Transport for London, Kirkby Design and the power of heritage licensing

Start Licensing’s Ian Downes looks at the world of heritage licensing, highlighting a partnership between TfL and Kirkby Design that shows how forward-thinking this category can be.

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