Facts & Figures.

Based in Stephanskirchen, south of Munich, Marc O’Polo AG is the strategic and operational headquarters of the Marc O’Polo premium modern casual brand. 



Corporate structure.

Marc O’Polo, the company, is divided into various subsidiaries, both domestically and abroad, all united under the umbrella of the parent company, Marc O’Polo AG:

At the headquarters in Stephanskirchen, Marc O’Polo International GmbH is responsible for design, production and sales.

Marc O’Polo Einzelhandels GmbH manages the operation of the brand’s own stores and the online shop in numerous European countries.

Two other companies, Marc O’Polo Shoes GmbH and Marc O’Polo Accessories GmbH, are responsible for the design, purchase, and sales of shoes, bags and other small leather goods. 

Marc O’Polo DENIM & Campus GmbH controls the products of the Marc O’Polo DENIM brand.

Marc O’Polo License AG is responsible for the marketing and the licensing business of the Marc O’Polo brand. It also holds the trademark rights for Marc O’Polo.

Marc O’Polo has 1,697 employees worldwide from over 40 nations (as of May 2018).



Marc O’Polo has been a privately owned company since 1967. Today, the majority shareholder of Marc O’Polo AG is Chairman of the Board Werner Böck. The operational management of Marc O’Polo AG is in the hands of Maximilian Böck CEO, Markus Staude-Skowronek CFO/CHRO, Susanne Schwenger CPO and Dr. Patric Spethmann COO.

Werner Böck

Chairman of the Supervisory Board and Majority Shareholder

Maximilian Böck

CEO Managing Director for Sales and Retail/eCommerce

Markus Staude-Skowronek

CFO/CHRO – Managing Director for Finance, Human Ressources & Administration

Susanne Schwenger

CPO – Managing Director for Design, Production, Marketing & Licenses 

Dr. Patric Spethmann

COO – Managing Director for Digital Intelligence, IT & Logistics


Sales trends.


The Marc O'Polo Group achieved preliminary brand sales of 592 million euros in fiscal year 2021/22 (June 1, 2021, to May 31, 2022), including through its licensing business. This represents an increase of 35 percent compared to the previous year. In terms of earnings before taxes (EBIT), the premium casual lifestyle brand grew disproportionately, despite high investments in the new "House of Product" building, the introduction of an ERP system and the sustainability and internationalization strategy.

Milestones in the past fiscal year include the entering of 18 additional international markets, the opening of the Paris store and showroom as an international hub, the large-scale image campaign on the topic of sustainability, which was also broadcast on TV for the first time, and the "Good" rating from the Fair Wear Foundation.

Marc O'Polo is consistently working on the implementation of its sustainability strategy '01 Journey 10 Pathways'. As early as next year, all products will be sustainable, and by 2025 the company is aiming for climate neutrality on both the corporate and product sides.

Marc O'Polo has always stood for a strong team spirit. This was confirmed by the renowned "Working in Fashion” employer ranking from industry magazine TextilWirtschaft last fall. Marc O'Polo was the only medium-sized company to earn a top position, coming in second overall.

More interesting numbers

  • 300.000

    customers are part of Marc O’Polo for Members loyalty program.

  • 120.000

    photos per season are handled at the photo studio.

  • 50.000

    collection pieces are sent out from our central warehouse each day during the high season. 

  • 22

    license collections are offered to customers each year.


Sales & Showrooms.

From its headquarters in Stephanskirchen, Marc O’Polo today supplies more than 2,000 stores and retail partners.


The distribution is split up as follows:

Stores / retail partners number
Stores and Retail Partners (total) 2.268
Own Stores/Flagships 115
Franchise stores 172
Multi-Label Trade Partners 1.066
Shop-in-Store Partners 915
Employees 2.000
Distribution in 41 countries worldwide  
As of: May 2022  

The Marc O’Polo collections are available in more than 41 countries worldwide, including Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bulgaria, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lebanon, Lichtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and Ukraine. 


Marc O’Polo is represented with showrooms in the following countries: