71 per cent of previous participants have raised capital.
Business development scheme Accelerator Academy, which has London's very own Mayor Boris Johnson singing its praises, will start its second year on September 23rd.
The initiative concentrates on startups working in the tech, media and telecoms space, and those interested have from now until September 15th to enter, though just ten will be accepted for the programme.
More than 47 companies have graduated from the academy, so far and they're collectively valued at over £35 million.
Those on-board have received 750 hours of training and 87 per cent of graduates now generate revenue, while 71 per cent have secured funding.
The course runs part-time for 12 weeks and startups secure access to over £150,000 worth of offers, event invites and industry connections to help their business evolve.