|SEASON 8 EPISODE 6|
|Pitch||Service that packs and delivers clothing to your destination allowing you to travel without luggage|
|Entrepreneur||Aaron Liskov and Andrew Zahornacky|
|Asked For||$500,000 for 40%|
|Status||OUT OF BUSINESS|
What is unPack?
Do you ever feel like traveling while carrying a lot of luggage is an unnecessary inconvenience? unPack was a brilliant idea that was meant to help solve that problem. Through unPack, you would travel without any baggage. At a fee, unPack proposed to send clothes and other toiletries on a rental basis to your destination.
Who Owns unPack?
Andrew Zahornacky and Aaron Liskov were the creative brains behind the Unpack brand. Before launching unPack, the duo were salesmen. As their website doesn’t seem to have been updated in a while, it is safe to assume the idea never took off. Aaron is currently an information security officer at Raytheon, while Andrew is the CEO of Noshinku.
Andrew Zahornacky and Aaron Liskov were frequent travelers. The frequent shuttling between places left them exhausted, and they hardly had time to do laundry, and sometimes they would have ill-fitting attire. Through this experience, they came up with the idea to create unpack.
Users could request to unPack services by logging into their website and choose clothes and toiletries. The users would also disclose their intended residence. Upon receiving the request, the company would directly send appropriate clothing to a guest’s hotel room. The idea as presented by the duo was quite innovative and even got reviewed by the LA Times.
unPack saved a user the cost of buying clothes each time they went to a new destination. Users of unPack would also save on incidental expenses such as checking fees and the cost of replacing luggage if they got lost. However, despite Andrew and Aaron having this great idea, it didn’t take off.
unPack Shark Tank Update
Did unPack Get a Deal on Shark Tank?
On Shark Tank Season 8 Episode 6, Aaron Liskov and Andrew Zahornacky entered the Tank seeking $500,000 for 40% and left without a deal.