T-REX Innovation Center

T-REX Innovation Center is a nonprofit incubator, co-working and professional meeting and conference space located in Downtown St. Louis. Three years into its inception, T-REX occupies five floors of the Lammert Building on Washington Avenue with plans for expansion.

In addition to serving as the headquarters for more than 180 startups, T-REX is home to several Entrepreneurial Support organizations who mentor small businesses and startups (Veterans Business Resource Center, ITEN, Missouri Small Business & Technology Development Centers) as well as organizations who provide funding for them (Arch Grants, Prosper, SixThirty, Stadia Ventures, Cultivation Capital). By inherently eliminating barriers to access these organizations, T-REX companies are able to easily acquire the help and resources they need to grow their businesses.

T-REX is firmly rooted in its mission to incubate scalable tech companies in hopes of them outgrowing the facility and basing their business elsewhere in the St. Louis region.

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Address
911 Washington Ave
St. Louis, MO 63101

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Twitter: @DowntownTREX
Facebook: @TREX.StLouis
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Website: downtowntrex.org

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