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Christophe, tks for your post, your description is very fitting!
You described Webank as a rising-social media marketing-company and we would like you to know that we have just made an important evolution: we have moved from just listening to people to involving them directly in our company-products and services-processes. We have been receiving such an excellent feedback for our WePad project in Italy, coming from the Net but also from newspapers and magazines (A great number of users are posting many ideas and suggestions about the application we are trying to develop). It would be a great pleasure for us if you could have a look - and give us a feedback - at "la banca che vorrei", an initiative on our website offering to all Webank clients or normal Internet users the possibility to be involved in our company progresses : they can send us ideas about product and services development. In one year of activity "la banca che vorrei" has collected more than 1000 ideas!

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