Steve Keenan has been a travel journalist for 25 years. He started at a Reed paper, news editing at Travel News in London - now Travel Weekly - having spent a decade reporting general news in the UK and abroad. He also taught English in Peru, delivered cars in the USA, ran the Sydney desk at AAP and took the train home from Hong Kong. He left Travel News in 1990 to freelance for several publications, including The Times of London, which he later joined as deputy travel editor. In December 2004, he became the first national digital travel editor in the UK, running the combined travel website of The Times and Sunday Times. The introduction of a paywall at the papers in 2010 persuaded him that the connected world might continue outside of Wapping and he left to co-found Travel Perspective. The company runs the social media seminars at World Travel Market London, and works with Reed Expos and others in helping the travel and tourism industry best communicate stories in all forms of publishing.
By Steve Keenan, Co-Founder, Travel Perspective Scotland is making a bold bid to become Europe’s leading travel technology laboratory and boost the country’s tourism industry. Travel Tech ... Read more
By Steve Keenan, Co-Founder, Travel Perspective There are more people travelling solo than ever before, with the pandemic accelerating a thirst for adventure after lockdown. Google searches ... Read more