The main difficulty I have in answering this is that you haven't specified your country. Different countries have different policies to encourage entrepreneurship, reflecting their different economic circumstances.
In the developing world, one of the major barriers to entrepreneurship is lack of access to the financial system. Several strategies have been employed to deal with this. In India, the first step has been creating universal biometric identity cards and attaching free bank accounts to those cards. Encouraging and supporting the rise of mobile banking has been a key step in most of sub-Saharan Africa. Micro-finance has also been an extremely important way to support entrepreneurship in the developing world.
In the developed world, most people have access to banking and other financial services. Thus, the main strategies are more likely to involve reducing regulatory barriers to starting new businesses, encouraging loans to small businesses, and creating new business incubators.