Tourism & Hospitality

The internet has become so integral to tourism and hospitality that it’s hard to even imagine how we ever got by without it. The upshot of this is that online competition in this sector is fierce.

More than 80 percent of travel planning is now conducted through the internet, and the narrative is increasingly being shaped by travellers and patrons rather than business operators themselves.

At the same time, consumers are demanding lightning-fast assistance and expecting to have seamless experiences across multiple platforms – from chatbots and email to face-to-face. Meanwhile, the proliferation of comparison sites is fuelling a race to the bottom on price. That is, unless you’re prepared to invest in ways to rise above the noise.

At Luminary, we help clients in the Tourism & Hospitality sector produce first-quality digital platforms that allow them to eclipse the competition – from stunning designs, to robust and scalable technical architecture. We’ll show you how to harness the power of consumer generated content and make sure your business gets found. 

Kentico has given us everything we needed in a CMS, the right balance of off-the-shelf functionality coupled with the scope to be flexible to our changing needs. The software itself was only half the solution though. Luminary's knowledge of Kentico, expert development skills and technical advice have resulted in a product which has gone beyond our expectations.

David Sherman, Digital Marketing Specialist, Melbourne Airport


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