PatPat clothing is a shopping website and app offering limited-time sales events featuring women, kids, baby, shoes, accessories, and home goods. They are well known for their unique, modern, and high-quality baby clothing and matching family outfits. PatPat is owned and operated in Mountain View, CA founded in 2014.
PatPat was founded in 2014, by close friends Albert Wang (CEO) and Ken Gao (COO) in Mountain View, California. Wang and Gao both earned their Master’s degrees in Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. They also worked together as principal engineers at Oracle shortly thereafter. When Gao was expecting his first child, he explored options in the children's clothing industry which inspired him and Wang to create a shopping platform targeted to moms and their families.
PatPat is Manufacturer to Consumer, or M2C retail, which is a model that eliminates several layers of traditional retail operations and passes the savings directly to the customer. PatPat features thousands of products on their website and app across Women, Baby, Kids, Home, and Accessories. Customer reviews and feedback dominantly focuses on matching family apparel such as pyjamas, and swimwear.
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