Andrew Zahornacky and Aaron Liskov entered the
Shark Tank unPack Delivery Update
- Entrepreneur: Andrew Zahornacky and Aaron Liskov
- Business: Clothing delivery service for travelers
- Ask: $500,000 for 40% equity
- Result: No deal
- Shark: None
Before proceeding with our unPack Delivery update, let’s talk about how Andrew and Aaron’s time inside the
Andrew and Aaron wasted no time introducing themselves to the sharks and requesting a $500,000 investment for 40% equity in their company, unPack Delivery. Andrew then went on to chastise Aaron as part of a skit that aimed to show the sharks the value of not having to pay for and wait to check a bag full of clothes when flying somewhere.
Unfortunately, the sharks were not all too impressed with the theatrics and quickly went to work, ripping the specifics of unPack Delivery.
Mark Cuban went first, asking the two what the cost of service was, followed by Daymond John, who asked if they catered to both men and women. Next up was Kevin O’Leary, which is when things really started taking a turn for the worse. After revealing that the clothes shipped to consumers were indeed used, all the sharks expressed shock. Lori Greiner, in particular, expressed her discomfort about having to wear someone else’s used clothes.
From then on, the sharks each took their turns letting the two founders know what the problem with their business was.
According to Lori, her main concern was not liking the items that were shipped to her and wondering if they’d fit properly. As for Robert Herjavec, he didn’t really think that unPack was solving a particular problem, citing that only 38 people had used their service over the past six months. Mark didn’t mince his words and said that the company’s “name sucks” and dropped out.
Daymond then talked about how customers still needed to pack personal items anyway before going out. Finally, Lori just downright refers to the process as a “nightmare” before dropping out.
In the end, the two founders received no offer whatsoever. But, if it’s any consolation, Aaron and Andrew did receive invaluable advice, which should mean that we come bearing good news in our unPack Delivery update, right?
Unfortunately, that’s not the case and there isn’t much to report in an unPack update. It seems that the sharks were right, and after their episode aired in 2016, the company never really look off. Despite being recognized by LA Times and other news organizations, unPack failed to prove itself on the market. The company’s social media accounts haven’t been updated since 2016, however, the official website is still up and running.
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