The Queen of QVC and Warm-Blooded Shark, Lori Greiner is an American inventor, investor, jewelry designer, philanthropist, author, and TV personality, best known for her time on the ABC blockbuster series "Shark Tank".
Lori Greiner has an estimated net worth of $150 million.
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Greiner has a net worth of $150 million between her business, assets, speaking engagements, and compensation from her appearance on "Shark Tank."
Greiner joined "Shark Tank" in 2012. She has appeared in 78 episodes of the show, with an investment of about $10 million.
She earns about $5 million from her business and $50,000 for episodes of "Shark Tank".
Greiner has hosted his own program, "Clever and Unique Creations by Lori Greiner", since 2000, in addition to playing a key role on "Shark Tank". She earns most of her money through QVC.
Greiner holds over 110 US and foreign patents and has developed and commercialized over 700 products. Prices for items range from $16 to $300.
The book "Invent It, Sell It, Bank It! - Make Your Million Dollar Idea into a Reality" was written by The Shark, a published author.
She also owns Good Place Entertainment, a TV production firm that makes upbeat videos for the general audience.
His first claim to fame was a plastic earring organizer he made in 1996 and sold by JC Penney during the holidays.
With the money she earned from it, she was able to quickly pay off the $300,000 loan she took to become her organizer.
Here for Your Ease Only brand inventions generated over $10 million in sales by the end of the decade. More than $350 million in product sales were made after 20 years.
More than 300 products were later invented and patented by him in the categories of jewellery, cosmetic outfits, home goods, travel and electronics.
In addition to Philadelphia, which is close to the QVC headquarters, the Greeners also have assets in Chicago.