About Lori Greiner
It has been estimated that the overall amount of Lori Greiner net worth is as high as 15 million dollars. Lori Greiner is well known from her appearances on TV, but she is also known as an entrepreneur, inventor and investor. Lori Greiner is mostly known from TV screens, where she is appearing on the TV show called “Shark Tank”. The show has also added up some revenues to the total size of Lori Greiner net worth. Lori Greiner has also been known as ‘Queen of QVC’.
Lori Greiner was studying at Loyola University Chicago, where she majored in Communications and focused on television, film and journalism. When she was studying there, Lori Greiner was also working at the Chicago Tribune. Lori Greiner started to get attention when she invented a box for organizing earrings. This product was soon picked up by the J. C. Penney group. Eighteen months passed and Lori Greiner became famous because of this invention. Moreover, it also made her rich as it added up to the total amount of Lori Greiner net worth.
Lori Greiner is also known as a host of her cable TV show called “Clever & Unique Creations by Lori Greiner”. Lori Greiner has co-worked in launching more than 400 products used today. Moreover, Lori Greiner has 120 American and international patents. The first patent she got was the plastic earring organizer. These patents have also added up a lot of revenues to the overall sum of Lori Greiner net worth.
In 2012, Lori Greiner started to appear on the show called “Shark Tank”. In this show, she is usually referred to as ‘the warm-blooded shark’. In 2014, Lori Greiner was investing into the Scrub Daddy and this investment was chosen as the best investment on the mentioned show. In 2014, the news was announced that she managed to sell as much as 2 million sponges on the QVC.
Lori Greiner has also started her career as a public speaker and she has spoken at the first United States Patent and Trademark Office Women’s Entrepreneurship Symposium. In 2014 as well, she debuted as a writer when she published her book called “Invent it, Sell it, Bank it! – Make Your Million Dollar Idea into a Reality”. The book landed in the third place of the Wall Street Journal’s Best Seller list. Thus, the sales of the book have also added up to the total estimate of Lori Greiner net worth.