Khaled Iwamura is the founder of QuickBite News, a media company comprised of insauga.com, inbrampton.com and inhalton.com which is now one of the largest digital only media companies in Canada. insauga.com, inbrampton.com and inhalton.com combined have 1,300,000 unique visitors per month, 3.5 million page views per month, 2.2 million video views per year (2018) and has the biggest social media following in the western GTA with well over 175,000 followers. Khaled Iwamura is half Japanese, half Egyptian, born in Montreal and has been a proud resident of Mississauga for 30 years.
Khaled is also a TEDx Speaker, Tokyo Tourism Spokesperson, TV host/producer, MC and part-time pro wrestler. Khaled also hosts a self produced TV show–which airs on Facebook Live–at Celebration Square every Thursday night over the summer. Over the last two seasons it has garnered 250,000 live views! Not only that, but Khaled was also was the moderator of the first Live Mayoral Debate at the Living Arts Centre in 2014.
You have likely see him around Sauga as he has emceed major city events at Celebration Square including New Years Eve (50,000 people), Sound Bites Music Festival (35,000 people), Sauga Block Party (10,000 people) and Japan Festival Canada (70,000 people).
June 4th, 2019 | Season 2 | 59 mins 13 secs
Khaled Iwamura is the founder of QuickBite News, a media company comprised of insauga.com, inbrampton.com and inhalton.com which is now one of the largest digital only media companies in Canada. On this episode we talk insauga origin stories, how he had to sell his condo to pursue his passions, how he prioritizes his family above all and how he beat the 6PM news with a "Fishing Rod".