The Wavefront wireless commercialization centre in Vancouver announced Wednesday that it is doubling in size. The centre said in a release that it now “has a limited number of incubator office spaces available for wireless entrepreneurs.” The centre, which offers programs and services to help Canadian wireless companies get to market, is expanding to occupy 14,000 square feet, a release said. Wavefront recently received $11.6 million in new funding through the federal government’s Networks of Centres of Excellence program. The Wavefront centre in downtown Vancouver provides on-site access to commercialization services such as more than 300 mobile handsets and tablets for testing; a mobile network test lab; usability test lab and services; executive and technical training; business and technical advice from industry experts; networking and “matchmaking opportunities” locally, nationally and globally, a release said. “There can be no underestimating how much one’s surroundings contribute to productivity and morale. The opportunity for collaboration among wireless industry peers coupled with the services available at Wavefront make it the perfect place to launch a wireless company,” Nigel Malkin, co-founder of QR Loyalty and a Wavefront tenant, said in a statement. Interested wireless companies can apply for incubator office space by May 13 with occupancy targeted for June 2011. Wavefront said its rental packages start from $250 per month.