The CorelDRAW 2019 SVG export option "Embed Font in File" embeds fonts in the SVG font format that is no longer supported by most browsers.
Viewing such an SVG file in a web browser on the same computer that you used to create it in CorelDRAW can lull you into thinking the SVG file is "okay", because the text inside the SVG graphic renders in the correct font. However, that's only because the font is installed on your computer; the SVG file refers to a font name, and the browser uses that installed font, not the embedded SVG font definition.
If you view the same SVG file in most browsers on a computer that does not have that font, then the text will be rendered in a default font, such as Times New Roman. Probably not the look you want.
I export SVG from CorelDRAW without embedding fonts, and then I use svg-buddy to embed web (WOFF2) fonts.
Dear CorelDRAW developers,
Could you please consider:
Revisiting this topic 11 months later...
I note with disappointment:
> I use svg-buddy to embed web (WOFF2) fonts
That was then, before I realized that:
Now, I observe which font weights and styles are required (easy to tell from the CSS in the SVG exported from CorelDRAW, if it's not obvious from the artwork in CorelDRAW), and then manually copy'n'paste in each required WOFF2-format weight and style. I'm not proud of this method, but it works. It's occurred to me to automate it, but so far I haven't found the time.