For the third year in a row,  The Tech Tribune has included Flow on its list of  Best Tech Startups in New Jersey for 2021.

Flow recognized for achievements in cross-border e-commerce technology solutions


The global e-commerce startup will focus on expanding its international presence, product development, and forging the future of cross-border e-commerce


In this article, you will find a list of top venture capital firms, as well as 100 venture capitalist in the United States.

Before making a purchase, many younger consumers consider a product’s ecological footprint and full lifecycle, from design to production and shipping. That’s true for younger shoppers around the world, which online retailers should keep in mind as they sell internationally.

Sustainable clothing brand Outerknown facilitates cross-border shopping.

Rob Keve of Flow Commerce breaks down the dynamics of cross-border selling.

The Tech Tribune staff has compiled the very best tech startups in Hoboken, New Jersey. 

Keve and Bryzek join the ranks of unstoppable entrepreneurs in New Jersey


These experts are helping shape the future of retail. Here’s how they see that future unfolding.

After a few years of establishing a great relationship with American consumers and growing domestic popularity, it’s time to expand into new territory and sell cross-border.

Knowing which payment methods are popular in an overseas market is a fundamental question online retailers need to consider when selling cross-border.

Strong budget planning is critical for executing a successful global ecommerce strategy. A good starting point for building a cross-border business is to create a separate budget for global endeavors, and then budget for each market you plan to enter.

Keve and Bryzek join ranks of unstoppable entrepreneurs in New Jersey region


The popularity of e-commerce in India is soaring. However, online shoppers in the country are the most hesitant in the world when it comes to buying from foreign websites.

Data finds that 67% of respondents surveyed across 11 countries say they cross border shop.


The fate of Brexit is still unknown. Discover how your company may be affected if you rely on international payments.

With Flow, retailers can show each customer familiar currencies, local payment options and tax and duty displays to improve conversion rates.

As cross-border e-commerce grows, mitigating risks and friction points is essential.

The Tech Tribune staff has compiled the very best tech startups in New Jersey. 

Rob Keve, CEO/Co-Founder of Flow Commerce, Inc. joins Nataliya Makulova on location at Remode Conference in Los Angeles.

In this interview with YuJin Yong, director of digital at MZ Wallace, she discusses the brand’s growth strategy, and why cross-border selling is integral to the company’s future.

Rob Keve, cofounder and chief executive officer of Flow Commerce, shares tactics on how to succeed.

Addition to Roster of More than 70 Payment Options Brings Greater Ease and Flexibility to Cross-Border Payments


Next-Generation Cross Border Commerce Platform Enables Seamless International E-Commerce for Top Luxury Ready-to-Wear Label


First European Office to Provide Support For its Global Client base and Meet Growing International Demand


Flow’s Platform Enables Seamless Cross Border Commerce for the Premier E-commerce Destination for Performance Fashion


Charles & Colvard announces implementation of Flow, revolutionizing how the Company reaches customers globally.


Next generation cross border commerce solution today announced the appointment of accomplished industry executive, Tom Ebling, to its Board of Directors.


Partnerships Offers Workarea Customers Internationalization Capabilities to More Easily Control Logistics, Taxes, and Translation Services


Flow, a cross border commerce provider, has announced the expansion of its international payment options to support cryptocurrency payment processing through BitPay.

Flow is adding BitPay to its cross-border e-commerce platform to support payment processing for bitcoin and bitcoin cash.

Flow, which facilitates cross-border e-commerce for retailers and brands, is building up its management team to support the company’s growth.

The cross-border commerce platform provider also has new corporate headquarters.

Flow cofounder and chief executive officer Rob Keve offers insights into cross-border transactions in a growing, global marketplace.

The platform uses artificial intelligence and virtualization to remove some key challenges of cross-border commerce, including multi-currency pricing, cost-efficient shipping and precise taxes and duties.

Flow, a global commerce platform that assists retailers with selling products internationally, raised $16 million in a round of funding.

Flow just announced a $16m Series A, led by Bain Capital Ventures with participation from Forerunner Ventures, Fung Capital, and prior investors Box Group, LocalGlobe, and Novel TMT. Here”™s why we invested.

Flow, a startup that helps companies sell their products around the globe, has raised fresh funding from Forerunner Ventures and Fung Capital. Forerunner and Fung participated in a $16 million Series A round that was led by Bain Capital Ventures.

Flow, developer of a global cross-border commerce platform, has raised $16 million in Series A funding led by Bain Capital Ventures, and including new investments from retail…

Flow, a Hoboken, N.J.-based cross-border commerce company, completed $16m Series A financing.

The start-up is geared to facilitate and simplify cross-border e-commerce.

Flow, known for its cloud-based software solution, uses artificial intelligence to eliminate many challenges currently facing cross-border commerce.

Amount raised:$16 million Series A financing round. This wraps up the fundraising effort that was initially announced last month when the startup raised $13 million.

A startup called Flow wants to make it easier for companies to sell their products in different geographies. To extend its platform to even more e-commerce sellers, the…

Interesting here is of course that Forerunner Ventures, the VC firm that made waves last year with two big exits ( and Dollar Shave Club), is on board