The pie charts below show the online sales for retail sectors in New Zealand in 2003 and 2013.
A breakdown of the information about internet marketing of four different business retails in New Zeland is depicted in the pie chart. It is measured in percentage between 2003 and 2013. Overall, it can be seen that, travel and clothes decreased slightly, while other sectors witnessed a sharp incline over one decade period.
With regards to the two highest percentages of online business, in 2003, travel sector stood at 36%, dominated the whole proportions of sales, while clothes started at 24. Suddenly, the following year saw a downward trend of both sectors. The commerce in travel fall sharply to 16% and 29% for clothes, roughly a 8%-decrease per one decade.
Turning to the other two sectors, the sale for books and film/music sales saw the lowest figures in 2003, at 19% and 21% respectivelly. However, the commerce of books increased to 22% after ten years later. The film/music business experienced a significant growth to the highest level of 33%, dominated the other sectors at the end of period.