Islamic Business Ethics: The Key to Success in Family Business (Case Study at Green Hotel Ciamis)

Kiki Hardiansyah, Fitranty Adirestuty


This study aims to describe and analyze the application of Islamic business ethics as a necessary component of family business success. The study's subject is a family business in Ciamis Regency, West Java. Islamic business ethics indicators are based on five axioms: monotheism, balance, free will, Ihsan, and responsibility. The research data were gathered through observation, interviewing, and documenting. The analysis was conducted in a qualitative descriptive manner. According to the findings of this study, family businesses seeking success must adhere to Islamic business norms, including monotheism, balance, free choice, Ihsan, and accountability


Islamic Business Ethics, Key to Success, Family Business

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