GREENSBORO – It’s a movable feast of sorts.

SheWolf Collaborative, a new global online network for female founders, has teamed up with Ampersand Dinner to host private dinners for female founders in 11 cities around the country.

And it’s not like other networking events. “No phones, no business cards, no b.s.,” the groups says on its website. “Just real conversation and connection.”

It all kicks off in Raleigh on Aug. 1, with stops in Atlanta, Washington, D.C., New York City, Detroit and Denver, among others.

“Personally, I’ve become tired of the same old networking events,” said SheWolf’s founder Jordan Lacenski. “The business card exchange, the awkward introductions, and the inauthentic conversation. We are creating something different, a place where founders can get real about what it’s like to be a founder.”

Jordan Lacenski, co-founder at SheWolf Collaborative. Credit: SheWolf.

Members of SheWolf can reserve a seat for $100, and non-members can attend at a ticket price of $150. All drinks, appetizers, food, and programming is included in the ticket price. Each dinner will host no more than 25 women, “keeping the event intimate and small with a big impact,” said Lacenski.

Women who join SheWolf are “highly vetted and must follow strict non-disclosure policies.”

Lacenski said this event series isn’t just about networking in the traditional sense.

“This is about business,” she said. “And when women come together, when we collaborate, share our experiences and support each other, the results are legendary.”

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