Independent Birmingham production company Rebel Uncut is running a new tech centre in the Jewellery Quarter next month for young software coders.
The company is working with Young Rewired State, the worldwide community of young coders, to open the base for city's digital makers aged 18 and under.
It will be part of Young Rewired State's programme, called 'Hyperlocal' and supported by American Express, with Rebel Uncut founder Nat Higginbottom leading the centre on the second Saturday of every month from its office in Ludgate Hill.
Young Rewired State has had close connections with the city's young coding community for many years, holding its summer event 'The Festival of Code' at the Custard Factory in 2012 and 2013.
Young people meet up in centres around the UK where they form teams to build websites, apps, games and algorithms to solve real world problems.
Young Rewired State's new Hyperlocal programme is an extension of this festival.
Birmingham's future tech stars will be able to attend the Rebel Uncut's centre to improve their digital making skills, solve challenges using open data and work together in teams to build projects using code and hardware.
Mr Higginbottom said: "Our Rebel Uncut Hyperlocal centre will be a great place for young people to meet others with similar interests and start to think about building projects with their digital skills.
"I'll also be bringing my film and television background to the table to see if we can think of projects that bring technology and media together."