In his keynote presentation, Denissen will discuss how Merch by Amazon – a print on demand service - is making it easier for licensors, licensees and content creators to create, promote and sell branded merchandise.
The popular series also continues to build its licensed product roster with H&A and Sambro
The annual show honours the best work in children's television and digital media.
Operating under the BBC Studios name, the move is the broadcaster’s latest bid to generate more revenue from shows such as Top Gear, Strictly Come Dancing and Doctor Who as it continues to fight competition from the likes of Amazon and Netflix.
The licensing firm has teamed up with Merch by Amazon to offer apparel and accessories for some of the world's most well-known artists.
The move arrives as part of the broadcaster’s ongoing fight against the influence of shows backed by US rivals such as Netflix and Amazon.
‘We are delighted that Amazon has acquired some of our most successful series,’ says Zodiak Kids’ Julia Rowlands.
The Stinky & Dirty Show comes from the same animation team behind Doc McStuffins.
ITVS GE has appointed Kasmanas as its licensing agent in Brazil where it will build a dedicated consumer products programme for the brand.
Each of the series will feature 13 episodes.
Under the partnership, the pair will produce four live-action specials with the option for episodic content left open.
The children's entertainment firm has signed over 68 hours of animated content to the subscription video on demand service.
The movie is currently available to pre-order on Amazon sites outside of the US and can be purchased from Amazon Instant Video.
Shows including The Sopranos, Six Feet Under and The Wire are now available on Amazon Prime Instant Video in the US.
Agreements for Dora the Explorer and Spongebob Squarepants secured for Kindle Fire and Nook HD.
Amazon partners with Epix for over 25,000 movies and TV episodes on tablet and consoles.