A new employee and 'entrepreneur in residence' have joined Innovation Birmingham's Entrepreneurs for the Future programme while three new tech start-ups have enrolled.
In the five years the programme has been running, the start-ups have secured more £7 million of investment during initial funding rounds.
Entrepreneurs for the Future is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund and, to date, has incubated 105 start-ups, with close to 200 new employee and director positions created since November 2009.
The latest new tech ventures comprise Spica Technologies, which is a software product development business, Supermeal.co.uk, a direct competitor to takeaway website Just Eat, and Wander City, which aims to provide real time information to users based on their personal profile and current location.
The new entrepreneur in residence is tech advisor and investor Andy Honess who has more than 25 years' experience in the enterprise software industry.
Mr Honess has held senior sales and executive leadership positions in IBM, Siebel and a number of start-ups and was also managing director and vice-president of QlikTech, helping the company to a successful IPO on the NASDAQ.
Holly Watkins has also joined the team as the Entrepreneurs for the Future programme administrator, having completed an apprenticeship via Birmingham Metropolitan College.
Dr David Hardman MBE, 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 Faraday Wharf building is fully let, with a lot of the recent uptake in office space coming from the expansion of the businesses that have graduated from the Entrepreneurs for the Future centre.
"These innovative businesses are creating new jobs for the local economy and driving the growth of Birmingham's tech community.
"Launching a new business in a sector specific incubation centre ensures it has a much better chance of succeeding and becoming commercially viable."