Conflict Minerals Statement

Tin, Tantalum, Tungsten and/or Gold sourced from mines in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) The Frank Dodd Act, Section 1502 on conflict minerals sets a disclosure requirement that calls on companies to determine whether their products contain conflict materials, by carrying out supply chain due diligence, and to report this to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). At Macro‐Blue, we apply our core values to our business activities every day: Honesty and courage in our dealings with customers and suppliers around the world, personal accountability, and a relentless pursuit of service excellence. Consistent with our core values, Macro‐Blue recognizes that we have a responsibility not to support or contribute to the violence and human rights violations associated with the mining of certain minerals in Central Africa as the “Conflict Region”. Electronic components contain various metals including tantalum, tin, tungsten, and gold. Macro‐Blue Inc. displays contain various electronic components. Based on information from the supply chain, Macro‐Blue does not, to the best of our knowledge, use conflict minerals in the manufacture of Macro‐Blue products.