The Partie Poche is the creation of Connor Pastor and Jillian Jaccard, who are students at Loyola Marymount University, located in Los Angeles California. They are pitching Shark Tank in Season 4 on the Partie Poch, which replaces a handbag by carrying her essentials around her leg.
Partie Poche keeps items safe on a ladies leg
The idea is to keep items safe, while still allowing her to carry things like ID and money with her. Shark Tank investors don't bite on the purse replacement even though they have sold two hundred units through their website. The retail price is $17 to $39. The Partie Poche costs $4 to make each unit.
Partie Poche comes in with a provisional patent, but Connor tells the Sharks that it is tough to value a company that is pre-revenue. They have met with Nordstrom who does not want to put them with a buyer until they have a final product.
Jillian tells Kevin to bring it on, right now. Daymond John asks what your company is worth today? She is valuing the company at $500,000. They are evaluating the company on future sales projections.
They have $50,000 cash on hand for 40% equity, and now they are asking for a $500,000 evaluation. Kevin asks them if they are crazy?
Company: Partie Poche
Entrepreneur: Connor Pastor and Jillian Jaccard
Ask: $ 100k for 20% equity
From: Los Angeles, California
Season: Season 4 Episode 411
Sharks: Mark Cuban, Daymond John, Kevin O'Leary, Barbara Corcoran, Robert Herjavec
First Aired: 12/03/2012
Deal: No Deal
What do the Shark Tank Investors say about Partie Poche
Mark Cuban wants to know what they are going to come up with next, but they are unsure of themselves. He goes out.
Daymond John tells Jillian she has such a thick skull, and she thinks she knows the process with a flippant, arrogant attitude. He is out.
Kevin O'Leary does not see the company as a half million dollars and is concerned that they have already given up forty percent of the company. He is out.
Barbara thinks they have too much enthusiasm to pay attention to what reality is, so she is out.
Robert Herjavec focuses on the lack of real sales and goes out.
Partie Poche after Shark Tank?
The last communication is that Connor and Jillian are no longer with the company, and someone new took over management of the company. The silent partners are likely the people that had them exit the deal. But, it appears that everyone is out because their website goes to a site that will place a virus on your computer. Do not click on their link, and do not go to the Partie Poche site.