Six new tech start-ups have enrolled on the Entrepreneurs for the Future business mentoring programme.
The sextet of companies will receive up to nine months office space, telecoms, meeting rooms and superfast broadband at the Innovation Birmingham Campus.
In addition, they will benefit from structured mentoring from the 'Entrepreneurs in Residence', regular visiting expert sessions, a series of workshops and events, networking opportunities and peer-to-peer support.
The latest entrants are Borroclub.co.uk, an online platform that enables people to borrow household items from others living close by, and Eye Tracking Analysts, which is undertaking research and development about innovations in eye tracking.
Hopper enables marketers to schedule posts on Instagram, Language Garden creates online interactive materials to teach literacy and languages and Stride Education is developing a 3D learning system.
Making up this latest tranche of entrants is Voltrics which is undergoing product design and innovation in electronics.
Entrepreneurs for the Future is free and part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund.
Since launching in November 2009, 111 start-ups have been created, with more than £7.8 million of investment secured during initial funding rounds.
David Hardman, chief executive of Innovation Birmingham, said: "The continued growth of the Entrepreneurs for the Future programme is driving the success of the Innovation Birmingham Campus.
"Our new iCentrum tech incubation centre will be open for business in March 2016 which will enable us to deliver much more activity and provide state of the art space for new and growing tech businesses.
"Launching a new business in a sector specific incubation centre ensures it has a much better chance of succeeding and becoming commercially viable.
"We have a full-time team working in the centre, together with the three Entrepreneurs in Residence, who guide, drive, motivate and facilitate connections for the start-ups, to ensure they become investment-ready and/or revenue generating in as short a time as possible."
Co-founder of Hopper Mike Bandar added: "Developing a new business can be a tough and testing time.
"At the Innovation Birmingham Campus, everyone is either launching or growing a tech company, so the atmosphere and peer to peer support is fantastic.
"Opportunities naturally emerge to collaborate on projects and get instant feedback on ideas."
Innovation Birmingham has designed its tech incubation programme in order to capture serial entrepreneurs, who as individuals are working on more than one project concurrently.
Pic caption: Six new entrants on the Entrepreneurs for the Future programme at Innovation Birmingham Campis (from left): Jatinder Bal, Stride Education; David Warr, Language Garden; John Cox, Eye Tracking Analysts; Andy Honess, Entrepreneur in Residence at Innovation Birmingham; Matt Dredger, Borroclub.co.uk; James Vardy, Hopper; Greg Cox, Voltrics and Mike Bandar, also from Hopper