October 20, 2016 Jonny
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Laura, or Coops if we’re getting technical, hails from Coventry, the home of Lady Godiva and that woman who put a cat in a bin in 2010. After hazy student days studying (and lots of other stuff in between) at Warwick University, she’s gone on to work in communications at a top 15 UK university and for one of the Midland’s biggest Arts Centres.

Image of Laura Cooper, our content writer


West Highland Terrier

This is Minnie, Laura’s dog.

Having always had a bit of a knack for putting words together in the right order, Laura’s also an avid comedy fan/writer and has written several times for the BBC, most recently popping up with political one-liners for NewsJack on BBC Radio 4 Extra. She spends her time going on adventures with friends, watching copious amounts of excellent/ trashy TV and talking about how cute her West Highland Terrier puppy, Minnie, is.


For the past year and a half Laura’s flown from her safe, comfy nest and leapt into the exciting, dynamic…and sometimes a bit scary, world of freelance content creation. But with Minnie keeping her motivated and away from too many crisps, she loves every second. Laura’s worked for some big brands, small brands and brand-new brands. And now she’s here at WATB helping us to create killer content for our fantastic clients!

We’re rolling out our content marketing service for you lovely lot and if you need a hand producing punchy, personality-driven content, like a blog post or two, then you’re in luck. WATB can help you sound irresistible to customers. Laura believes that writing good copy and content is an essential part of selling your brand and telling everyone how good you are at doing stuff. Carefully crafted copy has the ability to make your customers feel something when they read it and show off your brand’s sparkling personality.


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