Summer is the season that tests your entrepreneurial mettle more than others: Do you love being your own boss enough to skip the family vacation again?
Last year we reported on a survey that revealed nearly half of small business owners did not have time to take a summer vacation in 2012. Most of those who did have time said they would work while away. So it seems good news that 63 percent of small business people this year say they have committed to take one summer vacation, according to a survey conducted last month by j2 Global. The provider of business cloud services and digital media polled more than 2,500 U.S. small business owners and employees who are customers of its eVoice, eFax, and Campaigner services.
The definition of vacation, however, seems to have changed. "Freedom or release from duty, business, or activity," is one way Dictionary.com still translates the word. Last month, we reported results of a similar survey which asked small business owners, "How frequently do youRead More »from Business owners redefine “vacation”