Because of his experience both building and funding top technologies, he frequently guest lectures at business schools around the country on entrepreneurship and mobile marketing and is published in over 15 books and white papers on the subject.Outside of the office Nihal loves to spend time with his wife Reshma and is a big supporter of her non-profit Girls Who Code., one of the first full-service mobile marketing agencies in 2001, which was acquired by Omnicom (NYSE: OMC) in 2005.
With Eniac you get four partners for the price of one, and each partner uses their unique experience to open doors and advise our investments.
Hadley is still paying off student loans for his MBA from Wharton and bachelors in Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania.
@hadley @hadley At Eniac we call Nihal the human rolodex, thanks to the thousands of connections he has made with some of the world’s top companies and brands.
We see artificial intelligence as a layer that will power all these sectors.
Because the partners all have a strong technical background, we look for founders who not only have the vision, but also the chops to build the best products, and the grit required to power through the ups and downs.