German fashion brand Marc O’Polo has closed the fiscal year 2012-13 with a 4% sales increase (status: May 31st, 2013).

Through its collections Marc O’Polo Modern Casual, Marc O’Polo Shoes, the independent Campus GmbH and the licensed lines Marc O’Polo Accessories, Beachwear, Eyewear, Home, Jewels, Junior, Legwear and Underwear, Marc O’Polo AG has generated a sales volume of 420 million Euro, including licensed business. (Same figure for 2011-12: 404 million Euro.)

Sales in Germany accounted for 67%. 33% of the turnover was generated abroad.

For the fiscal year 2013-14, Marc O’Polo AG, which is located in Stephanskirchen, Bavaria, again aims for a sales growth. During the running fiscal year, the brand plans to open around five own stores, 19 franchise stores and more than 100 shop-in-shops both on national and international grounds. The company also wants to increase the profitability of its foreign retail by optimizing and stabilizing its international expansion plans.

Marc O’Polo is currently sold via more than 2,600 stores and retail partners in more than 30 countries, including Austria, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Ireland, France, Sweden, Norway, Russia and Poland.