What is T-REX?T-REX is a non-profit organization dedicated to strengthening the economic vitality of St. Louis, one startup at a time. Like a magnet, T-REX attracts innovation to our core downtown region. A coworking space and technology incubator, we offer a blank canvas—a space where ideas are conceived and brought to fruition. We’ve worked to create an environment that serves as a network of creativity and support, where abstraction finds clarity in the midst of a collection of bright and dedicated minds. Hovering above a vivacious, animated city, we’re now home to a growing community of well over 400 entrepreneurs, developers, designers, mentors, educators and more. Want to be a part of the action? You're in luck - we welcome all ambitious minds.
Office SpaceT-REX offers affordable space for startups and tech companies of all sizes. Amenities include free internet connection, in-house coffee shop, office furniture and room to grow.Need Space?
EventsOur Innovation Conference Center is available to rent for your next seminar or training session. Playing host to over 100,000 attendees annually, the Innovation Conference Center at T-REX offers a range of world-class meeting and event space, digital presentation equipment and one of the best views in town.More Info!
(Technology Entrepreneur Center @ the Railway Exchange = T-REX -- get it?)
Just like the startups we support, we ourselves have grown and evolved over time. Our name is not just a cool moniker, but an important part of our history – we are still a group committed to growing gigantic companies from the ground up, beneath the St. Louis skyline.
"T-REX changed my life. The first time I stepped in the door, I joined a group of strangers and won St. Louis' first Startup Weekend. Since then, we've won or raised over a quarter of a million dollars, quit our day jobs, started generating revenue, and hiring employees to grow our business."− Drew, CEO of Juristat
"The early days of T-REX will go down in history...this place has always been a dreamland for entrepreneurs."− Michael Orlando, President of Lumate