Herman Flores Net Worth: $11 Million
Herman Flores is an American business executive with an estimated net worth of $11 million. He first co-founded Industry Insider Magazine, a music-forward magazine, and helped develop it from a one-page leaflet to nationwide distributed publication famous for both readers and publicists. He was also one of the co-founders of the Cypress Hill Smoke Out Festival, a yearly music gala with 63,000 in attendance. In 2000, Flores co-founded DUB Publishing, Inc. DUB Magazine that went on to issue trends for car and lifestyle globally. In the following year, he founded MTV Cribs Car Edition and spent 8 years as a co-producer for MTV Cribs. Thanks to his affinity with famous figures, he has been recruited as a talent coordinator for MTV’s major award show, The VMA’s, The Video Music Awards and the MTV Movie Awards. In 2010, he joined Michael Fiore & Steve Chavez to assist in establishing a new creative agency Anyone Collective which marked the beginning of the MH+L (Modern Home+Living), WOD (World of Dance) brands and Studio-8 productions. He was also the one who guided MTV America’s Best Dance crew champions the Jabbawockeez to Las Vegas for their headlining show at the Luxor casino. Flores has appeared in many famous news media including L.A. Times, N.Y. Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Sports Illustrated, ESPN, and Entrepreneur Magazine as testimonies to his success.