• Orbit identified 
      in a blink of an eye a
      niche market and network that
      will change the shape of our
      new firm for years to come,

      The profitable ideas are infectious and second to none.

      Paul Dent | Principal
      Paul Dent Lawyers

    • The change that
      Orbit Strategies has
      made in a short period
      of time is nothing short
      of incredible. 

      Shane McCarthy | GM
      McCarthy Durie Lawyers

    • Dear Matthew,  Thank you for presenting at our recent Ipswich District Law Association seminar day.  The attendees and I found your presentation to be very informative, and a timely reminder to us, not only to focus on our existing clients, but to consider our overall approach to how we conduct our business.  You gave us all a number of tools to use to help us increase the value of our firms by analysing our strengths, opportunities, and building on what we already have. David Love | Legal Practitioner Director  and  DLA  Coordinator   Dale and Fallu Solicitors Pty Ltd

      Conference Speaker | Guest speaker
      District Law Association -Ipswich

    • Orbit Strategies provided our firm with much more than a business growth strategy. We now better understand our target market, have effective tools to attract them and vital implementation support to ensure our progress never stalls. Yes, Orbit injected motivation and confidence into or firm, but of course as accountants our proof is in the numbers: We're confident of producing additional revenue of $100,000 this year alone as a result of engaging Orbit Strategies. A good ROI is an understatement!

      Matt Brannelly | Orbit added $100,000 in revenue !
      CTBS Accountants-

  • Legal Industry Specialist

  • Why do law firms need it?

    Because business development and marketing in law firms tends to be all talk and no action due to poor advice and lack of time.

    It’s a problem that most law firms face, but only the most successful address. Being a great lawyer tends to come hand in hand with logging significant billable hours, but this leaves little time for business development & marketing (around 1% on average).

    The option of making more time available means time away from profitable billable hours so the exercise gets shelved, given to the wrong person to handle or treated as a dip our toe in the water and hope for a miracle project.