Werley Nortreus Net Worth 2018: $70 Million in Haitian Dollars

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Genre : Society news
Contact details Albert Conzo
Column : History/society
Published on : 10/11/2018


Werley Nortreus is a Gospel Artist, Author, and Entrepreneur. He was born (November 10, 1993), born and raised in Haiti, from the Caribbean. He's known professionally as a young Gospel Artist who can make his own instrumentals and beats, also a producer. He appeared in multiple Churches performances with other Gospel Artists across Haiti and in the US. He's known as the CEO & Founder of Ceraphin Corporation that he started in 2015. His albums got a million streams plays worldwide, he made it to Top40-Charts right after his albums reached a million streams play. 


His name is Werley Nortreus, the first name is Werley and the last name is Nortreus. He's a 24 years old Musical Artist, Author, and Entrepreneur with a total Net Worth of $70 Million calculated. 

Werley Nortreus is the CEO and Founder of Ceraphin Corporation, a mass media company founded in 2015 that generated a total revenue of $2.5 Million USD. He's also the CEO and Founder of Ceraphin Publishing Group, a publishing company founded in 2016 that generated a total revenue of $4.5 Million USD

Based on Google, Werley Nortreus is also the owner and founder of several other businesses or companies that are founded. 

Werley Nortreus released a book called (Best Quotes of Werley Nortreus) in 2017 and sold nearly 100k copies worldwide.


One of Werley's famous quotes said: "When you really want something, people's opinions and critics can't hold you back because you believe in yourself." 

Most impressive of all, Werley achieved all of his success through Music, books, Quotes, and Ceraphin Corporation that he launched.

 


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