population, the visiting population and residents of the village to eat, shop and spend locally in Little Island.
Take a stroll down to Eastgate village and you will likely notice that our community has its own unique
character and charm. Move along to one of our business parks and you will see industry, showrooms and
innovation. Small business owners are an important part of the communities in which they live and
work and everyone is very proud of Little Island and all that it has to offer.
In addition to contributing to the local community’s unique identity and being involved locally, our
small business owners help to build a sense of community. Small and medium business owners are
more likely to build personal relationships with their customers, knowing many of them by name.
Bigger companies offer initiative and fundraising for local charities and good causes.
Doing good begins at home – and when this comes to sustainability, this often begins in the office
too. With us experiencing more of the effects of climate change than ever before, keeping our local
community engaged in protecting the health of the planet is becoming increasingly vital for
Little Island is a local area with a worldwide reach. We have huge global companies as well as small
businesses all providing employment and commerce. Shopping and doing business locally keeps
money and revenue in our area.