Jan 07, 2020 - 01:25 PM
Take the time to study the ins and outs of the summary statement, as it is now the standard way to begin a resume. Put some real thought into it, as you will invariably use a version of it when giving an elevator speech, or are asked, "Tell me about yourself."
The place to address your gap is in the body of your resume. However, for your industry, relocating and owning a small business for two years may not be considered a significant gap (or a gap at all) in employment, especially if the skills you picked up transfer directly to the role you are seeking. You still might be able to use a chronological resume, but could create a skill-based resume to play it safe.
Either way, running a small business is highly regarded, and you no doubt picked up many skills that will transfer back to your career choice and enhance it greatly, including leadership, general management, interpersonal skills, and entrepreneurship.