UNest, an app that allows parents to set aside savings for their children, just raised a $9 million Series A. The round was led by Anthos Capital with participation from investors like Northwestern Mutual Future Ventures and former NBA all-star Baron Davis. UNest, which started as a 592 college savings app, has broadened its product offerings since its founding in 2018. Since February, UNest has added 25,000 accounts. Here's the 15-slide pitch deck UNest used to raise its Series A. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Millennials aren't kids anymore. In fact, many have kids of their own.