These techies are riding on Reliance Industries' might to enter mega league

For Arvind Pani of Reverie and Haptik's Aakrit Vaish, RIL's investment allows them to continue pursuing their passion and building solutions for a much larger audience that only a Reliance can provide

Arvind Pani, Aakrit Vaish
Arvind Pani, CEO and Co-founder of Reverie Language Technologies (left) and Aakrit Vaish, co-founder and CEO of Haptik

Unlike Silicon Valley in the US, the Indian start-up ecosystem isn't quite mature, and an acquisition by a larger company or a successful exit of founders and investors aren't really seen as yardsticks of success. But if the investor is as big as Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), things are certainly quite different. Especially when the tech entrepreneur is kind of given the freedom to continue to pursue his/her passion even much vigorously than before, building solutions for even a much bigger audience that only a Reliance can provide. That is what the founders of two ...