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LinkedIn CEO, Jeff Weiner's speech at the 2012 Outlook Conference

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Video of LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner's speech at the Bay Area Council's 2012 Outlook Conference, as he shared the stage with President Bill Clinton, Governor Jerry Brown, former Secretary of State …

Video of LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner's speech at the Bay Area Council's 2012 Outlook Conference, as he shared the stage with President Bill Clinton, Governor Jerry Brown, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and other business leaders from the Bay Area.

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  • About Uganda
    Uganda is best described by Winston Churchill as the “Pearl of Africa”. Perhaps the most suitable description for a country so endowed with the best of everything the continent has to offer packed into one small, but stunning destination. Situated in the heart of Africa and being astride the Equator gives Uganda the best climate all year round. Uganda is also home to the highest mountain ranges in Africa- the Rwenzoris. It is in Uganda that the World’s longest river “The Mighty Nile” starts its 6700km journey to the Mediterranean Sea. The Nile River is renowned for its unique rapids which rafters find very exciting. Adventure seeking tourists have unlimited options when it comes to the Nile River. In the wake of the booming tourism industry, Uganda went ahead and developed the best spot for stunt jumping in the whole world along River Nile. The beauty of Uganda extends far beyond for instance; the scenery is so striking and picturesque.
    Weather
    Uganda enjoys an all round summer with tempretures averaging between 24 to 28 degrees Celicius with Feburary being the hottest month please carry a sun screen to protect against possible sun burn and heat stroke. We have two rainny seasons a year April/ May and October-November-December.
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