Magento enjoys immense popularity among large online stores both in Poland and in the world. High scalability and the ability to adapt Magento to your own needs makes it a popular choice among large online stores and well-known recognizable brands.

 Największe sklepy Magento

MAGENTO SHOPS IN THE WORLD


Missguided - fashion brand, Magento 1 store, 3.5 million sessions per month - missguided.co.uk
Paul Smith - fashion brand, Magento 2 Commerce store, 0.5 million sessions per month - paulsmith.com
Made.com - home furnishings, Magento 1 Enterprise store, 3M sessions per month
Richersounds - RTV/AGD store, Magento 2 Commerce store, 2 million sessions per month, richersounds.com
Harvey Nichols - fashion brand, Magento 1 Enterprise store, 1M sessions per month - harveynichols.com
Omega Watches - watch manufacturer, Magento 2 Commerce store, 1.5 million sessions per month - omegawatches.com

  

MAGENTO SHOPS IN POLAND


What’s the position of polish stores? It turns out that it's pretty good, which only proves the popularity of Magento in our country among large e-commerce.

Eobuwie - a shoe store, Magento 1 store, 5 million sessions per month - eobuwie.com.pl
Castorama - a chain of building stores, Magento 1 store, a traffic of 7 million sessions per month - castorama.pl
Neonet - RTV / AGF chain stores, Magento 1 store, 4M sessions per month - Neonet.pl
TIM - a network of B2B construction stores, Magento 1 store, traffic at the level of 750 thousand sessions per month - tim.pl
Reserved - clothing brand, Magento 1 store, 8 million sessions per month - reserved.pl
Smyk - a chain of stores with children's items, Magento 1 store, traffic at the level of 3.5 million sessions per month - smyk.com
 
Is it possible that Magento stores in Poland outrun those in the world in terms of traffic? Does this prove that e-commerce in Poland is really developed and we can be proud of the large scalability of our solutions?