Lori Greiner: Net Worth and Amassed Wealth

How Rich is Lori Greiner

Hos much is Lori Greiner worth?

The entrepreneur has amassed a net worth of $110 million.

Lori Greiner – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $110 million
Date of birth: December 9, 1969 (54 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 163
Profession: Entrepreneur, Inventor, Investor, Playwright, Socialite, TV Personality

Biography – A Short Wiki

Lori was born December 9, 1969 in Chicago, Illinois. She holds Bachelor’s degree in Communications from Loyola University Chicago. She created her own line of earrings that were sold in J.C.Penney and allegedly made her rich. Later, Greiner became famous as the “Queen of QVC”. This teleshopping channel offers many product for which she holds patents and/or invested into the creator of the product. Lori is married to Dan Greiner. In 2014, she published a book Invent it, Sell it, Bank it! – Make Your Million Dollar Idea into a Reality which was met with huge success.


Destiny and fate had other ideas for the communication graduate other than what she majored in. It all started when she thought of making a jewellery box where she made a plastic earring organiser that could hold more than 100 pairs of earrings in it. After she patented it, everything moved so fast, and with the help of J.C Penney, she was able to create a multi-million-dollar empire for herself.

Lori Greiner Wealth
The entrepreneur is looking content, and why shouldn’t she with such a decent net worth?

Personal Life

Currently, she is married to Daniel Greiner, who is also the vice president and the CFO of her company. the couple resides in Chicago, and they are yet to get a child.


“In business it is most often all about getting your foot in the door and once you do, everything opens up and things start to naturally progress into bigger and more opportunities.”

— Lori Greiner

“When I had challenges, it taught me to be more on top of it for the future. Things go wrong all the time when you’re running your own business, but it’s how you perceive it and deal with it that matters.”

— Lori Greiner

“I like helping people.”

— Lori Greiner

“I think running a business, doing what I’ve done for the last – since 1996, has taught me so many things because I started from just an idea and then had to figure out how to make it, market it, every single thing from soup to nuts on how to get a product done and out there.”

— Lori Greiner

“I always recommend, if you can, to patent or protect whatever your idea is. If you can’t, you have to make your best judgment. Sometimes people don’t get anywhere because they sit on something, so afraid to reveal it. And yet, in the reverse, sometimes if you expose something too widely, you can risk losing it.”

— Lori Greiner