I also recognize that the Pritzker Group (where he’s a Venture Partner) may not keep his bio up to date — and that he likely rarely looks at his own Linkedin profile. I do realize all of that.
But it should strike many as odd, just the same, that now over nine months later, he still doesn’t claim his SEC required disclosure of this seat (at page 12), on his various bio pages. At all. No mention of it. Not a peep — but lots about other long-ago former roles — at DVD to streaming companies.
Of course, if the company is sold in a few weeks, we will see it listed in his CV — that I will predict.
But when he gives the 2016 commencement speech, at St. Norbert College in Wisconsin (he’s an alum), this coming May — if the company is still sliding sideways — I predict we won’t see Textura listed, in the program. In fact, at the moment, the St. Norbert’s flyer styles him an ‘entertainment technology executive.’ [Thus I’ve rendered the bit, at left, from a derivative set of historical image(s). Fair use claimed.]
Okay. Roger that. But were I a major stockholder of Textura. . . I might ask around, about this lack of visible, public “ownership” of his role, here.
As I say, if the company is sold shortly, no one will really care. But the longer that there is no deal announced, the stranger this looks. Mr. Allin has been gone — in substance — for going on a full quarter now. What gives? Indeed, what gives?