UK Adult Professionals (UKAP) updates name, reorganizes structure
Adult industry support organization UKAP has announced that it is changing its name to Support Network for Adult Professionals (SNAP). Chairperson Sahara Knite has led a reorganization of the organization, including the creation of a leadership committee that includes experienced professionals and specialists in fields including sexual health, tax-laws, accounting, web-design, marketing, brand-building, and online traffic generation. SNAP is a voluntary, non-profit organisation, created to bring together the UK’s adult industry and provide members from all branches of the sector (performers, content creators, producers, webmasters, etc.) with support, advice, direction, and assistance. For more information on upcoming events and services available, visit the SNAP website or follow them on Twitter @SNAP_Together.
“The team has worked tirelessly since I was elected as Chairperson to make sure the right fundamentals, the right dynamics and the right ethics are in place with SNAP, so we can continue to deliver on what we promise of providing a support network for those that need it. The UK adult industry is a resilient one and this is fully demonstrated on what has been achieved over the past year during COVID pandemic. Our aim is to grow stronger, cover a wider spectrum of the industry and have a much bigger voice for our members, our community, and the adult industry. Together we can do this.” – Sahara Knite, SNAP Chairperson