The Ghanaian Times commends the Minister of Business Development, Dr Ibrahim Mohammed Awal and the Chief Executive Officer of the National Entrepreneurship and Innovation Programme (NEIP), John Kumah for spearheading implementation of the government’s Presidential Business Support Programme (PBSP) for business start-ups in Ghana. The paper notes that challenging requirements such as operational taxes, registration processes as well as difficulty in accessing funds and investments make it tough for businesses to thrive in our part of the world. It says deliberate government regulations make it possible for young businesses, especially start-ups, to exist within environments that are not restrictive to their growth. It is in the hope of this that the Paper is lauding the efforts of PBSP in supporting 19,000 start-ups under two previous windows and created 90,000 jobs since its inception in 2017. While commending the government for the initiative, the Ghanaian Times hopes that the beneficiaries will work hard so that they can make profit and pay back the loans in good time.